Philip Mallory Jones has worked with video, film, photography, and writing for artistic, commercial, and scholarly endeavors since 1969, and has incorporated digital media since 1990. Mr. Jones’ most recent academic position was as Resident Artist at the Aesthetic Technologies Lab, College of Fine Arts, Ohio University. He is co-founder and Creative Director for Alchemy Media and Marketing, Inc., and the Center for African American Archival Preservation, Inc. Jones developed online curricula for The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Arizona State Department of Education, and other agencies. He has also created 3D architectural and terrain visualizations for commercial clients. Mr. Jones was co-founder and Director of Ithaca Video Projects (1971-85), one of the pioneering media arts centers, and Director/Curator of the Annual Ithaca Video Festival (1974-83), the first juried touring collection of video art. Mr. Jones’ academic credentials include the MFA in Creative Writing from Cornell University (1971) and the BA (English Composition) from Beloit College (1969). His work has been supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Ford Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation amongst others.