Kenton MacDonald-Lin has been in the media, film, and commercial photography sector since 2003 in Vancouver. Before branding and storytelling was part of our current marketing language, he was involved in helping non-profits and businesses telling their stories working alongside and learning from the best in the industry. He is both a creative and a people person and as a professed ambivert you can find him enjoying coffee, a meal, or a movie with friends or just by himself. He has produced and directed films as well as helped companies with their brand-storytelling.
Being an instructor in the arts and communications program at Corpus Christ is an honour for him. He writes, “So much of our culture has been shaped by media and film. I am excited to walk along side students to explore, ask tough questions, and ignite imagination for vocations and places of leadership they will be in and are presently in. As co-learners, co-creators, co-collaborators, I hope we will be able to learn from each other and with each other is visual storytelling and every aspect of it."
He is also excited to rub shoulders with students and dreamers who are living and becoming writers, filmmakers, actors, artists, and storytellers who will shape our world. He excited for the various course in film, screenplay, production (technical to creative: acting, directing,etc, film history and religion that will be at Corpus Christi in the summers and future semesters.