Tim Lorge is a native of the Philadelphia area, and currently splits his time between New York City and the Hudson Valley. He is a playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, photographer, and film historian.
His plays include “Modern Love,” “The Betrayal” and “Ben Loves Michele but She’s Positive”. Work-in-progress scenes of “The Betrayal” have appeared at The PlayGround Experiment in New York City and as part of The PlayGround Experiment’s First Reads Festival in February, 2018. “Ben Loves Michele but She’s Positive” was developed with the New Ambassadors Theater Lab and appeared in their inaugural First Acts Festival in January, 2019.
He has studied playwrighting with Deborah Zoe Laufer, Stefanie Zadravec, and Kate Cortesi, and TV Writing with Kara Lee Corthron at Primary Stages Einhorn School of the Performing Arts in New York City.
As a filmmaker, Tim has created documentary short films for MyFace, American Parkinson Disease Association and numerous training and public service films for the public sector.
He recently completed the screenplay for his feature film directorial debut , “The Naked Winemaker” and is currently in pre-production.
Tim is the Raindance New York Hub General Manager where he organizes the internationally known and respected Raindance Filmmaking Curriculum within the New York and Hudson Valley Areas, specializing in the confluence of stage and screen.
He is a content creator for the Raindance blog on film history, software, cameras, lenses and other production gear. He occasionally hosts the Raindance podcast.
Tim is a Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve Certified Trainer.
He is a Fellow in the Blackmagic Collective Filmmaker Advancement Fellowship.
He is also the leads the New York Chapter of the Blackmagic Collective.
Tim is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America, and The PlayGround Experiment Theater Company.
Tim also a prolific technology writer, having served as Editor-in-Chief for Groupware News and as contributing author to the “Microsoft Official Academic Course Exam 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012” published by John Wiley and Sons. He holds the distinction of being the only cast member of Microsoft’s online reality show “Career Factor” to be asked to leave. It’s a funny story – Ask him about it.