- BA, Psychology, University of Michigan
- MS, Comparative Media Studies, MIT
Jim Bizzocchi is a filmmaker currently working in video art and installation. His research interests include the aesthetics and design of the moving image, interactive narrative, and the development of computational video sequencing systems. He is interested in the effect of new technologies on cinematic visual expressions such as split-screens, layered imagery, image transitions, and stereoscopic cinema. He is an active and widely exhibited video artist, working in the genre of Ambient Video. His work in interactive narrative includes ongoing extension of the computational capabilities of his Dada Processor video presentation and sequencing system. Jim loves teaching. He has been a classroom teacher for 45 years, and is a recipient of the Simon Fraser University "Excellence in Teaching" award.
- Aesthetics of the Moving Image
- New Media Design and Experience
- Interactive & Computational Narrative
- Stereoscopic Cinema
- Ambient Video Art and Installation
- Generative Sequencing Systems for Video Display
This instructor is currently not teaching any courses.
However, he will consider Directed Studies courses with qualified undergraduate or graduate students whose research or art creation interests overlap with his own.