• "Clash of the Classics" exhibition featured artist - 2013
  • “Saturday Morning Cartoons! The Art Show” exhibition featured artist - 2013
  • Long Beach Expo “The Storyteller” exhibition featured artist - 2013
  • TheatreChangesThings.org, board member, PRESENT
  • Rogue Artists Ensemble, ensemble member, PRESENT
  • Adjunct Faculty, University of La Verne, PRESENT
  • TataGala exhibition featured artist -2011
  • Kairos Prize Winner, 2010/11
  • CSPA Gold Circle Award Winner - 2007-08
  • Harris Art Gallery “Unconscious Hour” exhibition featured artist - 2006
  • Association of Science Fiction & Fantasy Artist member - 2006-Present
  • National Dean’s List - 2004-2008
  • President’s Dean’s List - 2004-2008
  • Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society
  • Alpha Chi Honors Society
  • International Thespian Society Honors Member


"The director Matthew Hill deserves a lot of praise for the work... The world Mr. Hill creates is an entrancing one, full of digital imagery that will leave any audience member visually satisfied." -Fringe review for "Jason <3 Medea"

"Matthew Hill’s videos are particularly indispensable" -LA Times review of "Walking the Tightrope"

"Matt Hill's fantastic videography lights up the stage; it's a feast for the eyes" -LAWeekly review of "Songs of Bilitis"

"...a dizzying turn by video designer Matthew G. Hill" -Backstage review for "Songs of Bilitis"

"Also, special mention must be given to video designers Muhammad Saleh and Matthew G. Hill" -The Imitated Life review of "D is for Dog"

"What makes this production so distinctive, however, is its staging - a coalescence of elements that includes flawlessly calibrated sound (John Nobori) and original music (Nobori and Ben Phelps), artful lighting (Haylee Freeman) and stunning graphics (Matthew G. Hill)." -LAWeekly review of "D is for Dog"

"Finally, the video played in the “kitchen window,” designed by Cawelti, Muhammed Saleh and Matthew G. Hill, provides one of the show’s most impressive moments." -LAist review of "D is for Dog"

"Brilliantly designed by Matthew G. Hill, no detail is left out." -LATheatre Review of "The Dumb Waiter"