Klamath Film has added two new members and one was re-elected to its Board of Directors with the addition of Andrew Hawkins to a three-year term, while Bowen Browder and Nina Oberlin were elected by Klamath Film board membership. to one year terms. All will begin serving board terms starting in 2023. The new additions replace Mark Shapiro, Ann Cavanaugh, and Chris Anderson — all of whom had their three-year board terms expire at the end of 2022.
Bowen Browder is a native to Klamath Falls and recently graduated with a B.S. in Communication Studies from Oregon Tech, where he now currently works as an Admissions Counselor. Bowen has been an avid enthusiast of various performing arts throughout his life, whether as a ballet dancer, a jazz and classical musician, or more recently as an aspiring actor for film and theater. In his spare time he likes to be on the lookout for casting calls and other opportunities for experience in order to learn and hone his craft as an entertainer. It is the second time that Bowen has been elected to a 1-year term by Klamath Film membership.
Andrew Hawkins is a filmmaker who recently relocated to Klamath Falls from the Spokane, Wash. area. He has extensive experience working with film festivals and film productions, and is a military veteran.
Nina Oberlin is a Production designer, puppet maker, Animator, Set builder and filmmaker. Just recently graduated with a Master’s in Cinematography from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Working on setting up a Production Company in Lafayette, OR. Passionate about filmmaking and looking forward to continuing to learn and grow in the industry. She is serving the first year of a 1-year term after being elected and nominated by Klamath Film membership.
The board will be losing three members at the end of 2022 when their terms expire: Chris Anderson, Ann Cavanaugh, and Mark Shapiro.
For a complete list of Klamath Film board members please visit https://klamathfilm.org/members-board/