Booker Mattison

About me


Booker T. Mattison, MFA

Assistant Professor

School of Communication & the Arts – Regent University

Professor Booker T. Mattison is an assistant professor in the Department of Cinema-Television at Regent University specializing in directing, screenwriting and film adaptation. Professor Mattison is a filmmaker and author whose sophomore novel Snitch received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, which commended the novel as a work fit for screen adaptation. He also wrote and directed music videos for Grammy Award-nominated Christian rap artists The Cross Movement and Flame, as well as the film adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's The Gilded Six Bits. He has taught at the College of New Rochelle and at Brooklyn College in New York. At Regent, he teaches courses on actor coaching for film and television, and advanced directing and screenwriting. Professor Mattison received his MFA from New York University.