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Born and raised in Northern and Southern California, Morgan Cristine Flores is a real-life filmmaker, a multi-disciplinary visual artist, and a writer.  She studied gender, media & globalization at the University of California, Davis, and has earned both a Master's degree in Studio Art from the Maharishi International University and an MFA in Art Studio from the University of California, Davis.  Morgan is currently directing, writing and producing multiple film projects, including her first feature Hearts of Dorkness (see more in Film), and her online serial, Your Lady Snowbeige, which launched in March of 2023.


Morgan Flores began working as a videographer in 2000 while at UC Davis, and she learned documentary-filmmaking through the facilities of Davis Media Access, via a partnership with the Women & Gender Studies department.  She later went on to work for DMA serving multiple roles for the non-profit, including production assistance to KDRT 95.7, DMA's low-power radio station.  In 2017, Morgan returned to school to develop a multi-disciplinary path in visual art, through the art-incubating art programs at the Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa.


In 2022, Morgan Flores completed an MFA in Art Studio at UC Davis, finishing the program with one of the highest honors granted each year to graduating MFA Art Studio students.  She now lives in New England while she works on her film projects and develops her next body of visual art work.

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Photo by Juan Herrera

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