Brian Fuller Calvin College

Brian Fuller Calvin College

A Filmmaker Based in Michigan
 

Currently employed at Calvin College

Previous: Montreat College

 

Previous: UNC Greensboro, UNCG The University Of North Carolina At Greensboro

 

    Summary

    As an associate professor, Brian Fuller instructed communications students at Calvin College, a Grand Rapids, Michigan-based university. Before joining Calvin College, he worked for Montreat College, where he served as assistant professor of English communication and associate professor of communication. In preparation for his career, Brian Fuller studied film and video production at the University of North Carolina, from which he earned his master of fine arts in drama. Earlier, he secured his bachelor of arts in speech communications from the same university and his associate of arts from Montreat-Anderson College. In terms of continuing education, Brian Fuller recently completed training in color correction through Future Media Concepts. In the past, he has taken courses with titles such as Advanced Avid Media Composer Effects, Post Production Techniques, and the Essentials of Pro Tools. Beyond his classroom training, the Michigan filmmaker has written, produced, and directed several films, including the documentary “Hope of the Quechua” and short narrative films including “Next Stop” and “The Beaten Path.” In addition to pursuing his creative projects, he runs his own company, Full Circle Media.

Experiences

Associate Professsor of Communication Arts & Sciences

At Calvin College

From 2005 to Present
 

Associate Professor of Communication

At Montreat College

From April 1998 to May 2003
 

UNC Greensboro, Greensboro

M.F.A., UNC Greensboro

From May 1988 to May 1992