Comprehensive in all aspects of production, Palmer Morse is a filmmaker rooted in activism who focuses on using the devices at hand in our visual and media culture that can drive our society to make change. Notable works include his highly acclaimed short film Being Hear which screened around the world on the Banff Mountain Film Festival and Telluride Mountainfilm World Tours, was awarded “Best Short Film” at the 2016 Portland Eco Film Festival, and "Best Short Documentary" at the 2017 Earth Day Film Festival, and was selected for National Geographic's Short Film Showcase. Dew Drop screened to an engaged audience in it’s city of creation at the 2016 New Orleans Film Festival and was awarded the “Visionary Award”, the top prize, at the 2016 Visions Film Festival & Conference.
Palmer has also aided in the creation of a docu-series for Al Jazeera English, several award-winning feature length films, and on various commercial sets with high profile clients. He currently lives in Oakland, California and serves as the in-house Video Producer at the Oakland Museum of California and is the Co-Founder of Spruce Tone Films.
Documenting the Sounds of Nature - Rycote Interview Series
Palmer Morse & Matt Mikkelsen Tune into the Disappearing Beauty of Natural Silence in ‘Being Hear’ - Director's Notes
The Sound of Silence: Film ‘Being Hear’ Turns Up the Volume of Nature - The Outdoor Journal
"Best Short" Portland Eco Film Festival - Movie Maker Magazine
"Being Hear Or The Answer On How To Reconnect To Our Soul By Listening To The Sounds Of Nature" - Pionic
Interview: A New Documentary About Gordon Hempton - Creative Field Recording
Alumni Nature Documentary to be Screened in Ithaca as Part of World Tour - Ithaca College