Morgan Rhys Tams is a multi-disciplinary artist and media educator.
His film credits include the documentaries 'Strangers in a Strange Land' (2016) and 'Bella and Don'(2016), site specific and interactive works 'Window Movie' (2016) and 'A Cartography of Iconic Memory' (2014) and the psyched-out hybrid western/rock opera ‘Killer’s Crossing’ (2013) as well as producing the award winning short films ‘Hello Faye’ (2007) and ‘Marnie Love’ (2006).
As a media educator he has taught in partnership with The National Film Board of Canada, The City of Victoria, The Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee, Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, The Weight of Mountains International Artist's Residency, and The Klondike Institute of Art and Culture.
He has received awards from the Canada Council for the Arts and the British Columbia Arts Council for his creative work and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production from Ryerson University in Toronto (2008), and a Masters Degree in Art Education from the University of Victoria (2013) with a focus on web-based interactive documentary production.
He spends his time between Toronto, and an assortment of small islands off of the West Coast of Canada.