Jack Cronin is an artist, filmmaker and educator born in Royal Oak, Michigan in 1973. Working in both analog and digital formats, his practice often combines documentary and experimental techniques to explore urban and natural landscapes, the cycles of the seasons, along with poetic interpretations of place. He received a BS in Film from Eastern Michigan University (1997) and an MFA in Film from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2001). His films have been exhibited at festivals, museums and galleries. He has taught film and media arts at Wayne State University, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and College for Creative Studies. Jack is currently tenured faculty at Oakland Community College and lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Toledo, Ohio.