About Michelle DeLateur
Since creating her first video from old family VHS tapes and photographs, Michelle has always been tethered to the mixture of music, video, and imagery. During her journey, DeLateur has shared the stories about on Hurricane Katrina, World War II, education, music, and autism.
In 2011, she joined the team at Relay Graduate School of Education to produce, film and edit classroom footage for teacher training. She currently serves as the Director of Instructional Media at Relay, a role that entails film production planning, management of the video library, budget management, and equipment research.
After 10 years in New York City, a desire to learn from the entertainment industry inspired a move to Los Angeles. After a picture-filled cross country drive, Michelle settled into the energy, creativity, and productivity of her new surroundings by continuing to work for Relay remotely, attending press junkets on behalf of The Knockturnal, assisting on colleagues’ productions, experimenting with cameras, and playing with photography. Michelle is also a singer-songwriter, a vinyl collector, and a key member of a local trivia team when the category is 90’s references.