Carmen Morrow

A graduate of Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Morrow is a Vancouver native who now lives and works as a professional film and television editor in Los Angeles. Her film-editing credits include independent films Rich Kids, which won Best Feature at HBO New York Latino Film Festival in 2018, and Scrap Dolls, winner of Best Live Action Short Film, Children’s Film Festival Seattle in 2017. Her interests include wildlife conservation and she is a team member of the Caribou Conservation Breeding Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to caribou recovery in Canada. Morrow is a self-taught needle felt artist and created the stop motion animation scenes in The Dukha. The Dukhais Morrow’s directorial and animation debut.