Documentary Filmmaker & Film Teacher, Concord Academy

Ben Stumpf is a Boston-based documentary filmmaker, editor, and teacher who loves to make films that raise awareness about social causes. He produced and edited a documentary for WGBH about the pros and cons of competition, and worked with his students on another WGBH short about the effects of climate change on New England fishing. He worked on camera, sound, editing, and research for the feature-length documentary Traces of the Trade, which opened the in 2008. He has produced awareness-raising short pieces on time banks, local currencies, immigration, and climate activism, and cut the trailers for the 2009 and 2010 Boston Jewish Film Festivals. Ben currently teaches film and creative technology courses at Concord Academy and runs a summer workshop for film teachers at Maine Media Workshops and College