is a producer at the University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio
which is housed in the Digital Media Center located in the north end zone office complex of Bryant-Denny Stadium on the University campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Emmy award winning filmmaker Max Shores
is a thirty-year veteran of TV and documentary film production.
work has been featured on Alabama Public Television, Mississippi Public Broadcasting, PBS stations nationwide, and the University of Alabama's
TV station, WVUA 23
is a Winfield, Alabama native and a graduate of the University of Alabama
He is a product of the University's College of Communication and Information Sciences and has been training students in media production both in the field and as adjunct faculty in the Telecommunication & Film Department since receiving a Masters degree in 1984.
research for The Amazing Story of Kudzu, Shores
is considered one of the world's leading scholars on the kudzu vine.
A big fan of blues music, Shores
has shot video which he
has posted to YouTube
for the past several years at his
favorite music festival, the annual North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic.
also helps maintain the YouTube
site for the festival.
is currently working with the development of a new music series for Alabama Public Television, directing short Alabama Detours documentaries for WVUA 23
, and producing various contract productions for the University of Alabama
wife Cindy have three daughters - Katie, Mary and Myra.
© 2015 Max Shores