Tim Lorge, a native of Turnersville, NJ, is a filmmaker, playwright, photographer, and film historian.
His most notable theatrical works include the stage plays "Family Snapshot," “Liz’s Lament” and "The Ballad of Maggie and Ian." He currently has multiple film and web projects in various stages of production including "Six Angry Couples" a contemporary view of HIV and immigration in the U.S. and "Chunk" a web series which finds him writing, directing and starring.
In addition, he is 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.
He regularly photographs the works of some of New York's most exciting playwrights and actors at
"The Playground Experiment," a New York City based theater development company.
He is the Raindance New York City Hub Coordinator where he organizes the internationally known and respected Raindance Filmmaking Curriculum within the New York Metropolitan Area. In addition, he creates content for the Raindance blog on film history, software, cameras, lenses and other production gear.
Name: Tim Lorge
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Raindance Film Festival
Occupation: Filmmaker, Playwright, Dialogue Editor, Editor, Photographer (Still) and Sound Editor