Todd Davis is a experienced filmmaker and film and screenwriting teacher.
He has most recently taught Screenwriting at Lasell University. He has taught Film
Production:The RED Camera at Curry College. A
film from that class, "Reflexivity," WON the The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Boston/New England annual College University Emmy award in the Short Form - Fiction category, and the
National Broadcasting Society’s annual student competition award in the Short Film category. Another film from that class, "Bitter Roast," was nominated for a New England Emmy award.
He has taught undergraduate 16mm Film
Production at Boston University, Curry College, and Fitchburg State University, and graduate-level Avid Digital Video Editing and graduate-level Video Production at
Todd has taught Screenwriting at Lasell University, Curry
College, Regis College, and Acton-Boxborough Community Education.
Other courses Todd has taught include Digital
Film Production Fundamentals, Film Directing and Camera
Acting, Digital Documentary and
Moviemaking, Intro to Film: History of
Criticism, and Intro to Film: Art and Form at Curry College, and Avid Digital Video Editing at The New England Institute of Art.
Todd holds an MFA degree (with distinction) in Film Production from
Boston University. In The Tradition of My Family is his graduate thesis film. He received a merit scholarship from
B.U. for his outstanding work, and was a teaching assistant for four semesters of the course 'Directing the Theatrical and
Television Film.' He was named runner-up for The Most Promising New England Filmmaker award at the Boston
Underground Film Festival. Todd also holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.