Stace Carter has been creating content for commercial and academic projects for over 20 years. He serves as an advisory board member for the Apple Distinguished Educator’s program, Director of University Visual, and teaches digital storytelling, photography and editing in workshops and classes across the United States. Stace began creating “MOOCs” (Massive Open Online Courses) in 2012, partnering with the University of Virginia, where to-date those courses have enrolled nearly one million students. Expertise includes design for the humanities, business, and interdisciplinary education. He co-authored the multimedia case study and documentary short film “Deepwater Horizon: After the Oil Spills” (Darden Business Publishing), an exploration of the stakeholder relationships and ethical considerations leaders face in crisis. His photography has appeared in the New York Times, books by Phaedon Press and Harper Collins, and in other publications.

Stace is the Technical Director and a mentor for the Virginia Film Festival’s Adrenaline Film Workshop, and serves as a consultant for the Look3 Festival of the Photograph, a not for profit celebration of photography hosted in Charlottesville every summer. He is also an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro and Apple Motion.