My name is Morgan Kling, and I work in the prop department on films made right here in Massachusetts.
I came to Massachusetts to study film at Boston University, fully expecting to move to California after graduating. I am very proud to say that after receiving my degree, I was able to start putting my new knowledge and skill set to work in the very state that helped give it to me!
I am so happy to be part of a community that values and promotes arts, science, and culture. We design, we build, we create. All of these things that we do require materials, supplies, space, and sustenance. We would not be able to do what we do without the support of local Massachusetts business owners, technicians, and artists. I have turned to my neighbors for all things props – from a custom made rubber stamp or a bag of potato chips, to musical instruments and working fire engines.
The tax incentive encourages filmmakers to make movies in Massachusetts, and my local community is thriving because of it. Let’s continue to support an industry that supports our community!