Kirk Mitchell received his B.F.A from The University of New Mexico with a Major in English and a Minor in Media Arts and his M.F.A in Screenwriting from The University of California, Los Angeles. He also possesses a decade’s worth of Independent and Feature Film and Television Production experience. Kirk is presently in the role of Instructional Assistant and Adjunct Lecturer at The University of New Mexico in The Department of Film and Digital Arts where he teaches courses in Film Production and Film and History Criticism.
He is dedicated to the production and instruction of equitable and diverse works that are thoroughly representative of artistic and structural principles. Kirk is committed to student participation and consideration within his course designs so that his course instruction satisfies student needs and expectations. Kirk’s own work, while not limited in scope, focuses on themes associated with The West and New Mexico in particular. He works and lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, Monica, and two children, Lilliana and Mila.
Writing Digital Narrative