Hey, I'm Colin!
San Francisco, California
Colin Bishopp is a writer, filmmaker and advocate for expanded access to clean energy. His creative projects include the satirical website Poolitzer.org and the short film Snaggletooth. His first feature film, Tips for the Apocalypse, is in pre-production.
Colin spent much of his career working in politics and government, first for members of Congress and most recently as a White House appointee in the Obama Administration. In 2016, Colin received a Fulbright to lead a seminar on clean energy finance at the University of Cape Town. Colin previously taught courses in philosophy and American culture at Wilbur Wright College and Benedictine University.
In addition to his creative pursuits, Colin serves as chair of the National Energy and Water Trust, a non-profit organization he co-founded to help state and local governments expand access to clean energy and clean drinking water, especially in low income communities. Colin earned his master's degree at the University of Chicago and his bachelor's degree at the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in San Francisco.
Projects I'm Supporting
An unusual girl needs to get her teeth fixed at midnight.
5 Faces Of Hell
In this dark comedy horror anthology, five strangers learn of their impending fates in five tales of of terror!
In this silent comedy film, Stuart sees himself on a poster and has no idea how he got there.
Bring Me an Avocado
When a violent encounter leaves Robin in a coma, her family ventures to maintain normalcy for her children while managing their own grief.