Kim Walker has been on the graduate faculty at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs since 1983 where he teaches screenwriting and filmmaking.
He graduated from Southern Illinois University, and managed a radio station in the Midwest before moving West to run a television studio. He has consulted in the United States and Canada, and has written and directed award-winning film and television programs. His published research was awarded funding by the National Association of Broadcasters.
Dr. Walker’s writing focuses on crime and justice issues. He has six original feature-length screenplays registered with the Writers Guild of America West, and has written dozens of short fictional films. His first feature-length film, The Todd Newmiller Project, was an official selection of the DocUTAH International Film Fest and is for sale at Amazon.com. The film documents the incarceration of a former student serving 31 years in a Colorado prison for murder.
Kim Walker is married with two children, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.