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David Alonzo, MFA Creative Media & Digital Culture Program


David Alonzo
Faculty in the Creative Media & Digital Culture Program
Washington State University Vancouver

M.F.A., Vermont College of Fine Arts
B.A., Washington State University

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David Alonzo is a working artist and entrepreneur teaching in the Creative Media and Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver. His films and screenplays have screened in festivals around the world from Hollywood to Rome.

David’s philosophy on teaching creative media is to lay the foundation for participatory and experiential learning; he strongly believes that creative media students learn and grow when faced with work that is rigorous, collaborative, and rewarding.

Professional and Research Interests

David has worked on award-winning films, documentaries, and commercials for clients like Animal Planet, Reuters, Papa Murphy’s, the United States Department of Health and Human Services, and many nonprofit organizations such as The Humane Society, YWCA, and The March of Dimes.

David’s research includes multiple documentaries and educational materials focused on behavioral healthcare, how to improve access to treatment, and break down barriers to acquiring care alongside nonprofits grant-funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services since 2009.

David currently owns and operates a media production company which collaborates with clients domestically and internationally in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Sweden, Iceland, The Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.