Andrew Aldrin and Jeffrey Morris
The last in our series of two part interviews, we are pleased to welcome Andrew Aldrin and Jeffrey Morris. Andrew discusses the economics and benefits of OAC’s first to market strategy, modular architecture, and what he sees are the keys to opening up the space economy. Jeffrey discusses movie making in the new area of easy access to space and artificial gravity space stations.
Jeffrey is an Award-winning writer, director, producer, entrepreneur and production designer. He is the founder of Future Dude Entertainment. Morris is currently in pre-production on his film, Persephone. Morris’ previous film credits include the animated world-hopping adventure Parallel Man: Infinite Pursuit and the futuristic underwater spectacular, Oceanus: Act One. (https://futuredude.com/)
Dr. Andrew Aldrin is President of the Aldrin Family Foundation, a charitable 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to harnessing the inspiration of space. Dr. Aldrin is also Program Chair and Founder of the Master of Space Operations program at Embry-Riddle University. Before moving into academia, Dr. Aldrin had a distinguished career in industry and government research, including executive positions at Boeing, United Launch Alliance and Moon Express. He serves on the board of several charitable organizations, including The Secure World Foundation, Sea Space Symposium, Space for Humanity, and the Tau Zero Foundation. (https://aldrinfoundation.org/andrew-aldrin/)
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