About Me

Hello! I am

Michelle Snow

Producer and Director Michelle Snow has been working hard to make her mark on the industry. Michelle is devoted to her passion for filmmaking. Since the young age of 15 years old, Michelle has worked on professional sets from New York, Los Angeles, Virginia, and even as far as Hawaii. Some of which include; Keanu Reeves’s “Already Gone,” Ninth Houe Films’ “A Date by Christmas Eve,” Ninth Houe Films’ “A Christmas Arrangement”, Ninth Houe Films’ “Secrets of an Escort” and “Red Letters” by Code 3. In her hometown, she worked as a Unit Production Manager and Assitant Director on multiple projects with Frozen Vapor Studios. Michelle’s experience expanded beyond crew work when she interned with Power House Visual Effects in summer 2021 as a VFX coordinator.

Currently, Michelle Snow is the Film Video Animation Student Association President at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She is a student there pursuing a Film Production BFA with a focus on directing and producing. She is also pursuing a Master of Business Administration at the Rochester Institute of Technology, expected completion 2025.

Currently as a student at RIT, I am honored to be the new Film Video Animation Student Association (FVASA). With FVASA I act as the liaison between faculty and students here within the RIT School of Film and Animation. I’ll also be helping with the end of semester screenings. Along with FVASA I also work with the RIT Office of Undergraduate Admissions creating official vlogs for the university.



  • Radical Cinema Workshop (Spring 2022)
  • Computer Based Analysis / Microsoft Excel (Spring 2022)
  • Directing (Spring 2022)
  • Organizational Behavior (Spring 2022)
  • Social Media Storytelling (Spring 2022)
  • Management Information System and Technology (Spring 2022)
  • Supply Chain Management (Spring 2022)
  • Dodgeball (Spring 2022)


  • Basic Sound Recording (Fall 2021)
  • Dramatic Structure (Fall 2021)
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (Fall 2021)
  • Intro to Marketing (Fall 2021)
  • Production Process (Fall 2021)
  • Rock Climbing (Fall 2021)
  • Fundamentals of Screenwriting (Spring 2021)
  • Documentary Field Practices (Spring 2021)
  • Microeconomics (Spring 2021)
  • Statistics (Spring 2021)
  • Sports and Entertainment Marketing (Fall 2019)
  • Production One (Fall 2020)
  • Film History and Theory (Fall 2020)
  • Fundamentals of Computing and Imaging Technology (Fall 2020)
  • IB Business Management (2019-2020)
  • Intro to Marketing (2019)

Looking Ahead:

  • Production Management
  • Businesses and Careers in Film
  • Transformative Trends in Entertainment