Family Weekend Faculty Lecture Series

As William and Mary’s Teaching Filmmaker-in-Residence, I provide students the opportunity to create technically proficient digital video productions through production courses, inter-disciplinary collaborations, independent studies, and honor projects. Teaching media production within a liberal arts environment like William and Mary gives students the cultural, historical, and theoretical context to explore visual storytelling skills such as story development, production planning, digital videography, directing, lighting, non-linear editing, and sound design. Through the application of media production, I hope for students to become more aware of our visual culture, to stop passively absorbing it, and to begin to actively engage in it. My goal is to enthuse a respect for the powerful influence of visual media and its communication potential.

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