Chase Ogden is a multi-award winning filmmaker and Professor of Film at Eastern Washington University. Holding an MFA in film production from Chapman University, Ogden has been a part of 100s of different media projects over the years. Focusing primarily on postproduction and documentary, he has performed work for dozens of major clients such as Microsoft, Cisco, General Electric, the FDA, the National Park Service, and Mammoth Mountain. In 2006 he co-created a television show titled “Outdoor Storytellers” for the ABC affiliate station in Spokane, WA and continued to serve as the show’s co-producer, cinematographer, and editor until 2009. He is currently directing a feature length documentary about the first all African-American paratrooper unit in the US Army. Beyond teaching and making films he also serves as Director for the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF) and is currently a commissioner on the Spokane Arts Commission.