Matthew Aughtry is a Brehm Scholar for Theology and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary. He serves as a priest, and chaplain while continuing to pursue his artistic craft as a filmmaker and also teaches filmmaking as a professor at Christian universities.
Matthew is ordained in the Anglican Church in North America. He works for Baylor University as a chaplain overseeing ministry to artists and working to foster a deeper imagination for God’s kingdom through various artistic mediums.
He serves as an adjunct professor for Baylor University’s Department of Film & Digital Media and for Houston Christian University’s MFA in Screenwriting program.
He continues to write and direct films, including an official adaptation of a liturgy from the book “Every Moment Holy” which he oversaw as a pilot for potential future projects.
He is married to Kathryn with whom he has two children, Ethan and Lucy Mae.
MA in Film & Digital Media
The University of South Carolina
BA in Film Studies & Media Arts
Liturgical Theology, Theology & Art, Anglican History & Theology, Theology & Film
A Universal Priesthood: The Vocation of Being Human in Terrence Malick's 'Days of Heaven' and 'To the Wonder'
2020, A Critical Companion to Terrence Malick
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