10th Annual Fisher Film Festival Highlights Student Work

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Please join us for the 10th Annual Fisher Film Festival: An Exploration of Storytelling, in the Seelig Theater at SUNY Sullivan on Saturday May 6, 2017 from 12:00 – 4:00 pm.

The Fisher Film Festival highlights the works of the Mediarts students. Additionally, the festival provides an opportunity for local students and artisans to present their work. We also have the pleasure of several guest speakers who show us some of their work and discuss their role in the storytelling process. This year all of our speakers are SUNY Sullivan Alum and graduates of the Mediarts program.

Amon Focus is one creative fellow that has flourished into a multimedia sought after brand. Whether it’s for an individual, community, non-profit, Fortune 500 companies, fun or travel, the overall mission is to capture life by way of telling stories through filmmaking, portraiture and time-lapse photography. Specializing in an organic approach of making emotional connections Amon Focus uses these elements to inspire, trigger and educate the viewer about the product, person or service. Amon is a SUNY Sullivan Media Arts 1999 graduate.

Brad Lombardo is a graduate of SUNY Sullivan and East Stroudsburg University. Brad interned for CBS at the Rachael Ray Show and NBCUniversal LXTV Productions in New York City. Brad then worked full-time with NBC’s COZI TV network, working in the program and promotions department, and later was promoted to Operations Coordinator. Most recently, Brad accepted an offer to work for NBCUniversal’s marketing department as a Production Coordinator for Oxygen.

Travis Wallace is a graduate of the Media Arts program of SUNY Sullivan, Travis has spent 7 years in the video production field. From internships to bouncing around job to job, he finally set out a goal to start his own production company in hopes of giving creators more opportunities for work in an already competitive field. He has done work for companies like YouTube, Viacom, The Source, and Hip Hop Weekly. His goal is to establish himself in an media industry where he can continue his craft, in an attempt to perfect it.