Stephen Menick, Adjunct Faculty

Stephen Menick, MA, is a three-time national Emmy-nominated filmmaker who has written and directed short documentaries for PBS, national and regional on-air advertising and branding videos for government and corporate clients. He was segment producer for the Emmy-awarded “My Generation,” airing on PBS. His television awards also include three regional Emmys, three CINE Golden Eagles, a Gold PROMAX North America and many Peer Gold awards from the DC media community.

Menick’s documentary on the Japanese American experience during World War Two, originally produced for PBS, accompanied the 2013 Smithsonian-sponsored touring exhibit of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to Japanese American veterans, and has been screened at the Chicago History Museum and the Holocaust Museum Houston.

His documentary on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., originally produced for PBS, opened the pre-dedication ceremony of the King Memorial on the National Mall in 2011.

You can see his work here.

Menick has a Master’s from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism as well as Master’s degrees in Philosophy and Literary Analysis from the University of Paris.