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Digital Film Production (AAAS/AAS-T)

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Tony Doupé
 Tony Doupé

Tony Doupé tdoupe@shoreline.edu
Office: 1527 Phone: (206)546-5829

Tony has appeared in over a hundred short and feature films including, Life or Something Like It, The Ring, Valentines Day and most recently, Homeland, Butterfly Dreaming and Frayed. He has acted in over fifty commercials most notably, the Pizza Hut series with Ken Griffey Jr. and Lou Pinella, Lowes Hardware with Randy Johnson and the anti smoking "Turkey- campaign.

 

On stage he has worked at many theatres across the country including, The Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Louisiana Repertory Theatre, The Santa Clarita Repertory, The Bathhouse Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, New City Theatre, The New Space, The Kennedy Center, Center Rep. and Our American Theatre Company. He received his A.A. from Shoreline Community College, his BFA from Western Washington University and his MFA from The California Institute of the Arts.

 


 

Faculty and Staff

Kris Boustedt
 Kris Boustedt

Kris Boustedt kboustedt@shoreline.edu
Office: 1530 Phone: (206)546-4772

Kris has been experimenting and working with digital video since 1998. He is an award-winning director, editor, screenwriter and media educator. He has created projects ranging from short to feature narratives, corporate to documentary, commercial to educational -- for the web, television and the silver screen.

 

He has had his work shown at film festivals and broadcast internationally. As an Apple Certified Trainer, Kris has spent the last few years teaching post-production technologies at film festivals and throughout the Northwest. He currently teaches all aspects of film at Shoreline Community College.

 

Chris Fisher
 Chris Fisher

Chris Fisher email cfisher@shoreline.edu
Office: Phone: (206)546-4640

Chris Fisher has been directing, acting, writing and teaching theater and film at regional colleges and theaters for over 20 years. She received an MFA in theater from Rutgers University. Her directing credits include Cloud Nine by Caryl Churchill, Lady from the Sea and A Doll's House by Ibsen, Travesties by Tom Stoppard, The Skin of Our Teeth and Our Town by Thornton Wilder, Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire, and The God of Hell by Sam Shepard.

 

Her plays have been workshopped or produced at Broadway Performance Hall, New City Theater, the Seattle Rep, Princeton Rep, and the Douglas Fairbanks Theater in NYC. She is co-author of Serving in Silence which was made into an Emmy-award winning film produced by Barbra Streisand and starring Glenn Close and Judy Davis. In 2002, she received the SCC Exceptional Faculty Award.

 

Ruth Gregory
Ruth Gregory

Ruth Gregory rgregory@shoreline.edu
Office: 1529 Phone: (206)546-4789

Ruth is a documentary filmmaker, activist, and academic with interests in social justice, pop culture, feminism, the work of Michel Foucault and Roland Barthes, criminal justice, and visual rhetoric. She holds a Masters in Fine Arts in Film and a Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies from Ohio University and is working on a Masters of Arts in Cultural Studies at the University of Washington - Bothell.

 

The first film she ever made was for a United States History class back when she was a sophomore in high school; it was a short documentary about the 1970 shootings at Kent State University called Conflict at Kent State. The film eventually went on to place 7th in the nation in the National History Day competition and Ruth was hooked on making media from that point forward.

 

Since then she has worked doing all sorts of things in the media industry; wrangling pinyatas for a technology advice show, freezing her toes off shooting a documentary about female ski jumpers in Bavaria, and even dancing across the Soul Train stage during her tenure at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. Her films have won awards and screened in festivals from Japan to Kosova.

 

She is also the curator of the annual Social Justice Film Festival in Seattle. Aside from her position at Shoreline Community College she has worked and volunteered as a media educator for several non-profits in the Seattle area including Reel Grrls (www.reelgrrls.org), SCAN-TV (www.scan-tv.org), and the Prisoners Education Network (www.prisonersedu.org). When she is not teaching or making media she is working on becoming an unofficial sommelier, looking for any excuse to travel, taking dance lessons with her finance, and playing with her wonder-pooch Layla.

 

George Watt
George Watt

George Watt gwatt2@shoreline.edu
Office: 1526 Phone: (206)546-4772

George has worked in the independent Seattle film community for the past 18 years. He obtained a certificate from the University of Washington Film and Video Program and is a former student of the SCC cinema program.

 

He is a cinematographer and editor with Harryman-Watt Productions based in Seattle.