Lecturer, Film and Digital Media
Daryl B. Jones is a documentary filmmaker and instructor from Redwood City, California. He received his M.F.A. from the UCSC Social Documentation program. His thesis film, Tender, has screened in film festivals across the country. Daryl’s main interests lie in the documentation of the everyday lives of African American and LBGT people. He also studies the nuances of black film spectatorship and is currently developing a documentary on black film spectatorship in Mississippi during segregation. He enjoys photography.
Teaching Fall 2021: FILM 136D, Documentary Film and Video
Teaching Winter 2022: FILM 80S, Special Topics in Film and Digital Media
Teaching Spring 2022: FILM 165A, Film, Video and Gender