Morgan Schwartz creates video installations, single-channel videos, urban actions and interactive media projects. He works collaboratively on projects in response to specific sites or cultural systems.
In collaboration with Glowlab, he developed "One Block Radius", an online interactive archive commissioned for New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art ( Morgan organized The Hope. Project, an urban performance and skywriting public art project made in response to September 11th. His work has been presented at the DUMBO Short Film/Video Festival, NY 2004, Participant Gallery, NY 2004; The Kitchen, NY 2003; Boston Cyber Arts Festival 2003, 2001; ArtRages: Mobius, Boston 2003; Berwick Research Institute, Boston 2002; Aquinas College, Grand Rapids 2002; Aidekman Arts Center, Boston 2002; Tisch School of Visual Art, NY 2001; Gallery@ Green Street, Boston 2001.

Morgan earned a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University in 1996 and his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 2002. He is an Assistant Professor of Digital Multimedia at Marymount Manhattan College.