Max Meyer is Director of Children's Education at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and Regional Director of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
He's driven by a dual passion for people and storytelling, and recently added another dimension to his creativity, with a film company he calls Maxamillian Studio.
The project that launched his fledgling company was a commission to film Donald Martiny, the noted "massive brush stroke artist" at work in New York City's One World Trade Center. This now completed, Meyer's list of clients continues to grow.
Here's the first Maxamillian Studio film, "Donald Martiny: Artwork in Progress for the One World Trade Center":
WBOI's Julia Meek met with Meyer last week to learn how the rest of this story is unfolding.
To learn more about Maxamillian Studio, visit its website.