Ellie Pye’s background is in community access TV within a number of Massachusetts communities. She is a firm believer in ensuring everyone has the opportunity to find their voices and share their stories. At Endicott, Pye oversees the Digital Media Center and teaches courses in Digital Filmmaking. She also serves as the advisor for Endicott College Television (ECTV).
Masters Certificate in Autism Studies
Master of Arts in Mass Communication
Bachelor of Science in TV/Video Production
Awards and Accomplishments
2022 Endicott Athletics' David H. Cammett Award
2020-present Safe Zone Training Facilitator in LGBTQ/Ally workshops for staff, faculty, and students
Pye, E. Presenter: (Not So) Super: how has a new crop of movies and series reinvented our views of who is super? A Celebration of Superheroes conference, DePaul University, Chicago, IL 2021
Pye, E. Presenter: Using Asynchronous Video in Online Teaching. Best Practices in Remote Learning, Endicott College, Beverly MA, 2020
Pye, E. Presenter: Everyone`s a Critic: The Art of Receiving Feedback. LIGHThouse Leadership Summit, Endicott College, Beverly MA 2017.
Pye, E. Panelist: The Mythological, Cultural, and Narrative Contexts of the Works of Joss Whedon, Joss Whedon: A Celebration, DePaul University, Chicago IL 2014.
Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
Contemporary Television Industry
TV Studio I & II
Advanced Digital Film: Narrative/Documentary
Contemporary Techniques in Digital Filmmaking
Thesis Production I & II