Chris Florio is a professor of interactive media at the New England Institute of Art and the director of Passion Records and IDV Media. He has been teaching Flash since Flash 2 and has produced Flash-based projects with and for the Art Institute, Harvard Business School, Color Kinetics, Boston Scientific, Phiolographica Design, and many others. Chris is currently teaching classes in ActionScript, Flash gaming and video, After Effects production, and interactive performance at the Art Institute. He has three albums of original compositions released by Passion Records and has produced CDs by Arielle Silver and David Horton. Chris has created interactive compositions for the Lexington Symphonietta, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Berklee College of Music, and the Marlborough Symphony Orchestra. He cocurated 10 days of Flash-related events at the Art Institute in conjunction with the Boston Cyberarts Festival.
Teaches non-programmers to use Flash to add video to all kinds of projects.
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