Jane Selle Morgan

September 27, 8:30am - 10:00am PDT. Hosted at Port Workspaces Terrace

part of a series on Muse


About the speaker

Jane Selle Morgan is deeply interested in magic and questioning perceived reality. Through her work and interactions, she strives for ways to bring these alive in daily experience.

She makes films for Fortune 500 companies (like Facebook, Adobe, and Google) with the company she co-founded in 2014, Skycar Creative. When pitching ideas, she and her creative partner often find that a “layered reality” (also called magical realism) approach tells stories that make audiences question what our senses tell us. They also shoot documentaries to celebrate people who make enchanting things (like fairy houses! ) and people who do really hard things, like working to change the justice system.

She’s on a mission to help creative people to trust their own artistic point of view and have the courage to make stuff. And also inviting them to get super quiet with reverence for the nothingness that may, in fact, be full of goodness. Jane speaks at conferences, maker gatherings, and sometimes to herself when a project gets really weird – because sometimes the project answers back.

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Jane Selle Morgan is deeply interested in magic and questioning perceived reality. Through her work and interactions, she strives for ways to bring these alive in daily experience.

She makes films for Fortune 500 companies (like Facebook, Adobe, and Google) with the company she co-founded in 2014, Skycar Creative. When pitching ideas, she and her creative partner often find that a “layered reality” (also called magical realism) approach tells stories that make audiences question what our senses tell us. They also shoot documentaries to celebrate people who make enchanting things (like fairy houses! ) and people who do really hard things, like working to change the justice system.

She’s on a mission to help creative people to trust their own artistic point of view and have the courage to make stuff. And also inviting them to get super quiet with reverence for the nothingness that may, in fact, be full of goodness. Jane speaks at conferences, maker gatherings, and sometimes to herself when a project gets really weird – because sometimes the project answers back.