C. Thomas Lewis, M.F.A.
- Lecturer, Media Arts & Science
lewisct [at] iupui [dot] edu
- M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
- B.A., University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
After studying photography at Kent State and the Philadelphia College of Art, Thomas received his Masters of Fine Arts in film from the California Institute of the Arts in 1993. He worked professionally in video and film production in Los Angeles while also maintaining his personal video and photography pursuits. Since 2001, Thomas has been the producer of DVD bonus material for the Harry Potter films produced by Warner Bros. In 2005, he completed Through Corridors and Factories, a 20-minute video about post-colonialism in Hawaii that has screened in festivals around the world. Other works include Got Land, a video about time, space and development in the American west, and his first narrative film, Of Fire and Water. In addition to filmmaking, Thomas is the photo-documentarian for Arcanum Research, an organization dedicated to the research of inexplicable phenomena.
- February 18, 2014
Media Arts and Science Faculty, Students Collaborate with School of Medicine to Create AMPATH Health Education Videos
- January 17, 2014
School of Informatics and Computing Professor Involved in “Cool” Project
- September 6, 2013
School of Informatics and Computing Students and Alumni Win Big at 2013 48 Hour Film Competition
- January 23, 2013
C. Thomas Lewis, Media Arts and Science Lecturer, Chronicles Battle between Man and Nature in Video Installation Exhibit at Indianapolis Gallery
- April 22, 2010
Students get a taste of movie magic with their very own film