Field-McFadden Chair in Audio-Visual Arts
Greg Sharrow has over 17 years of experience in the video production field and has worked in all aspects of video production as an executive producer, director, camera operator, writer, and editor. He has directed over 100 live orchestral broadcasts, as well as hundreds of simulcasts, promotional videos, and performance recordings for world-renowned arts and culture institutions in the Philadelphia area.
Mr. Sharrow previously worked for Can You Hear Me TV in Los Angeles, where he received an Emmy nomination in the Advanced Media Arts and Cinema category for his series Rock ‘N’ Roll Safari. He wrote and directed two Super Bowl commercials for Pulte Homes. He has also worked at the Philadelphia Orchestra, leading their Global Concert Series to transmit concerts to movie theaters worldwide; and at SpectiCast, where he served as executive producer and director.
Mr. Sharrow came to Curtis in 2009 as the Media Fellow. In his current role as the Field-McFadden Chair in Audio-Visual Arts, he designs and maintains all video infrastructure and A-V technology capabilities for Curtis. He is the primary producer and director for all live and post-produced video content at Curtis and teaches courses in Music and Technology, where students learn how to use A-V equipment and software for their own personal and professional promotional needs.