BOARDMEMBERS

Emily Bouchoc

Emily Bouchoc

Design Consultant

Emily Bouchoc is a senior at SIU studying Cinema with a minor in Art. Her main passion is the visual appeal of a film which works well with her strengths in production design and art. Because design is so important, she encourages others to think about what would appeal to the viewer, while also pushing boundaries to create new ideas. She believes that a sense of community is so important while creating art and strives to give others the confidence to create original ideas.

Emily’s goal is to work for Walt Disney Studios and to represent the famous mouse ears. In her free time you can catch her complaining about how cold she is, hugging people in excessive amounts, and making the ugliest faces known to man.

Tim Keown

Tim Keown

Production Consultant

Tim Keown is a Communication Studies major at SIU. He has a passion for filmmaking and theatre. His primary interest in film is production, however, he also enjoys directing and acting. Film is a big part of his life and has been since childhood, which has lead him to being apart of Movie Camera Movement. Extensive history in leadership and activism including being the spokesman for the national David Letterman Project are major factors in his interest on being on board in MCM.

Tim will have the position of Production Consultant as well as also being one of the event coordinators. To Tim MCM is about growing in a community where you can truly be yourself. MCM fosters creativity and personal growth which are both things Tim plans to promote in his time on board.

Outside of MCM, Tim’s other interests and activities include arguing with his roommate about movies, eating food, and being the president of the RSO College Democrats.

Michael Morones

Michael Morones

Cinematography Consultant

Michael Morones is pursuing a BA in Cinema with a minor in Photography. He is completing his degree in the spring of 2018, completing the traditional four-year program in just three years. Michael has been an active member of MCM since he was a freshman at SIU. Michael’s favorite aspect of filmmaking is the camera’s ability to tell a story with little or no words at all. He is inspired by the works of Robert Burks, Emmanuel Lubezki, Dave Grohl, Tom Ford, Roger Deakins, and Mike Gioulakis. Michael’s primary interest is with directing and cinematography, and as a huge comic book nerd, his favorite superheroes are The Flash and Spider-Man­. In addition to reading comics often, Michael loves to read novels by Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, and a wide variety of authors.

During Michael’s second year as a member of MCM, he was the director of photography for A Sensible Senseless Killing, which won Best Picture at MCM’s 5th Annual Red Carpet Premiere.

Davey Peppers

Davey Peppers

Writing Consultant

Davey Peppers is a sophomore working towards a double major in Cinema and Advertising at SIU. Having written and directed the film A Sensible Senseless Killing for MCM as well as working on a film every round his first year, Davey finds himself pushing for storytelling and individuality, which will be a main focus in him co-running Writers Room for the 2017-18 year.
With influences including Wright, Tarkovsky, Kaufman, Dolan and Satrapi, Davey spends most of his free time yelling about things that don’t matter. His ultimate goal is that one day David Fincher will say to him “From one Davey to another…” at which point nothing else will matter.
Mary Scott

Mary Scott

Editing Consultant

Mary Scott is currently working on her degree in cinematography at SIU. She was born in Dallas, Texas and raised in the St. Louis area. YouTube was where she discovered her love for filmmaking. As someone who grew up with a lot of musical talent in the family, she was very drawn to watching online music videos. Mary’s preferred field in filmmaking is post-production, where she can use her music abilities to match the feeling of each scene.

In the Spring of 2016, Mary was involved in the making of the feature film Unconditional. There, she worked as an assistant editor. To her, post-production is where the magic happens. She calls it the puzzle of one million answers. The story is driven by how it is put together. When she graduates, she hopes that she can help others achieve their vision by working in the post-production field.