Thursday, September 15, 2005

Hunter's Bio

Hunter's background includes professional work as Actor and Writer. As an actor he was the recipient of Portfolio Magazine Best Actor Award, as well as the Regent University graduate theatre program's Best Actor Award for his performance of Stan in the American premier of Gillette Elvgren's Paper Wings. Hunter has a deep interest in narrative theory and orality and scripture, and has been working on a project in the performance of scripture through the Gospel of Mark for the past three years.

Film credits include Spencer & Venus, Love is Blind and ultra low budget Indie sleeper "Kung-Fu Made Easy". Hunter's latest writing project, the film short "Pavel's Chariot", was the recipient of a CINE Golden Eagle Award. The film has been screened at numerous film festivals throughout North America, including a screening at the Directors Guild of America Theatre in Los Angeles.

Hunter's teaching experiences have included stints at the Governors School of Performing Arts in Virginia, Christ's College in Taipei, Taiwan, Ketchikan High School, Ketchikan Alaska, and Prairie College in Three Hills Alberta, Canada. Hunter received his MA in Communication/Theatre Arts from Regent University in Virginia. Hunter lives in Zarephath New Jersey with his wife and three daughters, and is the Creative Arts Director for Zarephath Christian Church.