| || |
Charlie Morrow (b. 1942), producer, composer, and sound artist, executes custom multimedia art and sound projects with his company Charles Morrow Productions LLC. His own work ranges from writing music for advertising campaigns with Diet Coke, SwissAir, and IBM, to sound installations in the Louvre, Whitney Museum, and others. He has produced radio shows for public/state stations internationally and worked on entertainment industry records with artists like Simon and Garfunkel and Sten Hanson.
An artistic director of the New Wilderness Foundation, Morrow has produced Summer Solstice celebrations since 1973 and has designed music and sound for the 13-part educational version of Time-Life's "America" series. He received his B.A. from Columbia University and a diploma in composition and trumpet from Mannes College of Music in New York, where he lives.