Edwin Echavarry is a multi-disciplinary artist, videographer, sculptor, painter, graphic artist and arts educator, as well as a mime and clown.

He is founder of Morning Star Centre Video Productions which creates fine arts videos that are both visually stunning and lyrically evocative in content. Recent productions include ‘Chanson Triste’, ‘Flashback! Yes, the Erroll Starr Days!’, 'Temple of the Jaguar', 'Ice Shaman and the Woman In Waiting' with music by Ian Tamblyn and 'I Am' a collaborative production with European and North American dancers, visual artists and musicians.

Edwin is co-founder of the Morning Star Centre for Healing and the Arts which attracts contemporary international arts instructors. These guests provide a never ending inspirational resource for Edwin's video productions.

As co-founder of the Golden Caravan Theatre, a children's touring theatre company, Edwin was principal actor, storyteller, juggler, acrobat, clown and mime. He created the many props, stage sets as well as graphic art for promotion of these popular productions.

Edwin is currently working on a documentary entitled, ‘Planetary Dreams’. It highlights the collaborative and individual work of two companies,  Morning Star Centre for Healing and the Arts and Asoma Music Productions.

Edwin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education specializing in Visual Arts from the University of  New York College at Buffalo and Received a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from SUNY at Stony Brook. He went on to a two year long Waldorf Teacher Training in Spring Valley, New York and Gloucester, England. He taught at the London Waldorf School for three years. For the past twenty-five years he has been teaching at the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board.

Edwin's professional associations include Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa and Queen's and Arts Consultant with the Renfrew County R.C. District School Board.

To view Edwin’s Multi-media Demo Reel, his sculptures, paintings and digital photography click to The Arts and then on to a Gallery Button.  To watch his Video Demo Reel  click here.



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