Matthew G. Hill is a multi-media, multi-disciplinary artistic enigma. His work spans from the stages of Europe to the silver screen of Hollywood to the printed page. A storyteller by trade and by heart, Matthew believes in the power of story, and hopes to use it to inspire.
Matt has served as an artist-in-residency at both the National Theatre of Croatia and the Getty Villa. He is a member of the Rogue Artists Ensemble, serves as a board member for the advocacy group TheatreChangesThings.org, and teaches design at the University of La Verne. He also co-wrote the 2010 $10,000 Kairos Prize winning script, which was quickly optioned and is currently in pre-production with a major studio.
Other career highlights include: art directing the $100,000 prize-winning Amazon test movie "Alchemist Agenda" (currently in development at Warner Brothers), serving as the lead illustrator on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 8" motion comic, and having his paintings displayed as a part of the TataGala benefit art show.
As a theatre artist, Matt recently designed shows at the 24th Street Theatre, South Coast Rep, the Sierra Madre Playhouse, the Hudson, the Bootleg, and the Actor's Company. He also produces a show for the Hollywood Fringe each year. This year he directed an original adaptation of "Medea".