Age 23 – USA
Comprehensive in all aspects of production, Palmer Morse is a filmmaker rooted in activism who focuses on using the devices at hand in our visual and media culture that can drive our society to make change. Notable works include his award-winning short documentaries Being Hear and Dew Drop which have seen premieres on National Geographic, Aeon Magazine, and PBS.
Interested in the intersection of environment and culture, Palmer is currently working on a short documentary about a Iraq War Veteran Viking the Pacific Crest Trail as a form of therapy for coping with PTSD and another about native Detroit bee keepers reclaiming vacant housing lots for bee farms.
Palmer currently resides in Oakland, California and serves as the in-house Video Producer at the Oakland Museum of California and is the Co-Founder of Spruce Tone Films.