Lorina Morton is a storyteller and multimedia artist with a passion for helping others navigate creative expression in the digital age. Lorina earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Communication & Media Production and Creative Writing from Salem College where she studied podcasting, filmmaking, media ethics, and the role of poetry in social media. In 2017 she served as a Diversity Abroad Fellow to advocate for access to international learning opportunities for members of marginalized communities through Colorado State University’s Semester at Sea Program. During her time at Salem, Lorina also served as the editor-in-chief of Incunabula Literary Magazine and was the recipient of the 2019 Penelope Niven Award in Creative Writing. She then went on to coordinate art-centric marketing campaigns for small businesses and national nonprofits.
You can also find her baking, writing/editing short films, planning ethical travel guides, organizing her bookshelf by color, and having incredibly deep conversations in parked cars.