Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies
- Documentary & narrative production
- Media for social justice & service learning
- Community & interdisciplinary media
Brian Plow is an Associate Professor and Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies at the School of Media Arts & Studies, teaching, conducting research and producing creative work in the areas of non-fiction storytelling, cinematography and editing. Brian is also a proud alumnus of Ohio University’s School of Film. He has returned to OU after serving on the faculty of Towson University's Electronic Media & Film Department (2005-2013) and the Department of Film and Media Studies at The John Hopkins University (2008-2011). Brian’s creative work has been exhibited in festivals throughout North America and Europe, national/international conferences and university programs, as well as top 25 television markets and PBS affiliates in Mid-Atlantic region.
Recently, Brian co-founded Media in Medicine, a collaborative platform, with faculty from The Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. He co-produced The Veterans Project, an award-winning, feature-length documentary about combat veterans and the American healthcare system in 2017, and edits an award-winning medical education podcast, Rotations.
Once a Silicon Valley native, Brian has finally found his home in the Appalachian foothills, He loves fishing, farmers’ markets and swap meets. He and his family have recently started a small family farm in Athens County, where he loves to start projects, but not necessarily finish them.
M.F.A. Film, Ohio University
B.A. Communication, Linfield College
Posted on Thu, March 18, 2010
by Media Office