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John Woody

  •  Productions have been recognized with 33 national awards including 12 first place awards from the Broadcast Education Association. 

•  Has extensive video production and management credentials. 

• Former manager of program development at The Learning Channel.

• Has produced nationally recognized programs for The Learning Channel, Merck & Co., Inc., Crutchfield, the Commonwealth of Virginia, MillerCoors, ESPN, and numerous other organizations and companies. He currently specializes in digital HD production.

• Extensive experience with an Apple Centric workflow: FCPX and Motion.
John M. Woody retired in 2010 as the Bridgeforth Professor of Media Arts and Design from James Madison University. He was named an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2001. An accomplished filmmaker, editor, and digital compositor, he taught advanced post-production, field production and media design courses in the School of Media Arts & Design at JMU. Mr. Woody’s students have won over 50 national and international awards. Many of his former students work in the film industry, major post-production houses, advertising, and network level production companies. He currently owns and operated iEDITHD, a full-service video production company producing educational and corporate videos.

Italy-Greece Videos (iPhone 5s Test Videos)

Six Days in Singapore

Business Site
Stace Carter

 •Apple Distinguished Educator 

•University of Virginia

•Instructor, Digital Media Lab

•Charlottesville, Virginia
Stace Carter is the Technical Director and a mentor for the Virginia Film Festival’s Adrenaline Film Workshop, and serves as a consultant for the Look3 Festival of the Photograph, a not for profit celebration of photography hosted in Charlottesville every summer. He maintains close engagement in the media creation industry working with production facilities across the country as an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro and Apple Motion.

Stace has worked as a media producer and instructor at the University of Virginia since 2004 and currently directs production for the University’s Office of Online Learning, specializing in course design for Massive Open Online Courses, or “MOOCs”. Stace brings over a decade’s worth of experience in commercial broadcast production to the application of digital narrative, and particularly documentary storytelling, in the academy. Areas of specialization include teaching digital storytelling and new media project development in a large-scale BYOD environment. Expertise includes design for the humanities, business, and interdisciplinary education. He co-authored the multimedia case study and documentary short film “Deepwater Horizon: After the Oil Spills” (Darden Business Publishing), an exploration of the stakeholder relationships and ethical considerations leaders face in crisis.
Jon Corippo

 @jcorippo• Apple Distinguished Educator

• Macworld Expo Education Faculty

• Google Certified Teacher

• YouTube Star Teacher

• CVCUE Board Member

• Rock Star Teacher Camp Creator
Jon Corippo has taught video since iMovie .0, back in the print to VHS days and was an early adopter, jumping into Final Cut Pro X since the third day it existed and is currently in an FCPX love affair. Jon has taught Final Cut to groups ranging from other ADEs to complete video beginners. Jon is the co-architect of the Minarets High School project, a school that was born in the 21st Century, and a school built around Media proficiency. Jon currently serves as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the Mariposa County School District in California.

- Students have won over 12 California Media Festival Awards and numerous International Student Media Awards 
- Has taught hundreds of educators the FCPX Interface, including at the Apple Institute in 2013

Student work:
Patrick Fogarty

• Apple Distinguished Educator

• Google Qualified Individual

• Certified and trained to teach International Baccalaureate Film

•Wrote and produced first feature film, Mission Idiot, at age 22
Patrick Fogarty, a Brooklyn-based speaker, author, educator, and consultant, has spent over a decade finding creative uses for technology in the classroom. He recently released Going One-to-One: iPads and Mobile Devices in Education, a primer on 1:1 deployments that has become a staple of education technology learning programs. He is the Director of Education Technology for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, one of the largest private school districts in the U.S., the Faculty Advisor of Instructional Technology at New York City’s first iPad 1:1 school. He is also the creator and director of Xaverian High School’s Film Program, which has sent students to film/visual arts programs at colleges including New York University, Pratt University, and Brooklyn College at the City University of New York.

Patrick's work:
Xaverian’s 2013 Open House promotional video: http://vimeo.com/76953945

A link to my student’s work:
La Plus Grande Erreur - A short in the style of the French Nouvelle Vague: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIud6P7dd-Y&feature=share&list=PLHaXPZrhwJIHNy6kFv6E0Th8_GVZUiiwU&index=3

 Don Goble

 @dgoble2001•Apple Distinguished Educator

• GMLP Media Literacy Educator of the Year

• S'Park Media Mentor Award

• METC (Midwest Education Technology Conference) Spotlight Speaker

• SchoolTube.com Teacher of the Year
 Don Goble is an award-winning Broadcast Technology, Film and Multimedia Instructor at Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, Missouri. Goble speaks nationally at conferences and conventions, offering educators innovative ways to incorporate video into the classroom. Goble advocates for technology and digital media in the classroom by blogging for national education publications, by offering professional development to his staff and schools all over the country, and by serving as a media creator himself.

Students have gone on to study Broadcast Journalism and Film at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, USC School of Cinematic Arts , University of Missouri, University of Miami/FL, Chapman University, Ithaca College, and many more.

Don's work

Student work

 Frank Guttler

 @frankguttler• Former Associate Director of the AFI K-12 Screen Education Center 

• Google Certified Teacher

• Lead Faculty at the Flat Classroom Conferences in Doha, Qatar, Beijing, China and and most recently Zurich Switzerland.

• Lead Learner with the Computer Using Educators Association

• former video teacher at International Polytechnic High School

Note from the producers - Frank in not an ADE (YET) he's serving as our "story specialist" - check out his lessons below.

Producer by Trade, Educator by Accident
Frank Guttler is a film/video educator, professional development trainer, Adjunct Professor at Wilkes University School of Professional & Graduate Studies and is lecturer at Cal State Northridge's cinema program and has with over a decade experience developing and leading transformational workshops for K-12 educators.
After a sucessful career in news, television and film production Frank began his conversion at the American Film Institute Professional Training Division. 

Hole in Time

This location-based BYO-device session challenges participants to discover the USS Hornet through the lens of photos taken by journalists and crewmen over the years. Participants will create original photos featuring 'location-matched' photos from the Hornet's history. The effect being a hole in time giving a present day 'peek' into the ship's storied past.

Web links from last year's CUE Rock Star Camp on the USS Hornet


A Thousand Words: Telling the Hornet's Story. 
This site specific BYO-device digital storytelling session challenges participants to explore the history of the USS Hornet through onsite exhibits and on-line resources to create a short video that tells the stories; historic moments, hauntings and daily life aboard.

Jochen Bretschneider

• Apple Distinguished Educator

• Ear-Nose-Throat Surgeon at the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

• College of MultiMedia in Amsterdam in 2012 degree as Digital Video Producer.
Have you ever seen a surgeon standing in a middle ear to reconstruct it? 
Once you have seen the filmfragment, you will never forget the anatomy of the middle ear.

Jochen started working with film about 5 years ago and FCPX when it came out. Film is a fantastic medium for him to share knowledge and information with medical students. 

Most of his work is, of course, patient care, but teaching medicine is an important part of being a doctor at an university hospital. 
We teach all the time, in the lecture hall, on the ward, in the operation theatre. With video he can share information in a more easy and modern way. Video awakens curiosity and it makes information stick. Next to that he likes working together with medical students and residents in filmmaking. The typical hierarchies of the University Hospital disappear, which gives a very different kind of team work. We learn from each other and I keep them busy with medical education in a very special way. We create education content which can be used by hundreds of students again and again. In doing so, we push the borders of what is known as medical education content. 

My cameras: Canon XH-1As and a Canon 70D

Jochen's work:
What does it mean to be a intern at an ENT department? 
This film won the first price at a competition for young doctors in 2011 
ENT means dealing with patients of all ages, teamwork and working in the operating room

This film is about sharing knowledge
„Face to face with Kenya” - a non profit promo film and tribute to my ENT-colleagues who went to work in Kenya in 2012

Work in progress:
the trailer for the European Congress of the Rhinologic Society in Amsterdam 2014http://vimeo.com/70247041
 Antonio Manriquez

 @ajmanx• Apple Distinguished Educator

• Apple Certified Trainer, Final Cut Pro X

• Coordinator, High School Film Program, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival

• Avid Certified Instructor

• Chairman, CUE Video in the Classroom SIG

ANTONIO MANRIQUEZ is a filmmaker and educator who started his career at the age of fourteen having directed a feature film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
For over a decade Manriquez has taught teens in the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spearheaded the LAUSD’s first Apple Authorized Training Center to certify students in
 Final Cut Pro. He currently teaches video production at the world famous Hollywood High School’s New Media Academy.

 Debbie Rein

 @Ohsmediateacher• Apple Distinguished Educator

• FCPX Certified Instructor/User

• Apple Authorized Training Center for Education

• Teacher of the Year-Seminole
Chamber of Commerce

• Department Chair
My name is Debbie Rein, I have been a teacher for 13 years in the Sunshine State. Prior to becoming a full time teacher, I worked in the TV Production industry as a Technical Director, Editor, Audio operator, and a Live Truck Engineer. I teach TV & Video Production at Osceola Fundamental High School and St. Petersburg College in Seminole, Florida. I started the TV program at Osceola with one class of 36 students and 4 Dell Computers. I have built the program to about 140 students a day, over 40 Apple iMacs, a brand new state of the art lab and newly designed control room with the Tricaster 40, Live Text and Live Sets. My advanced students produce, direct and anchor a live daily broadcast of news, information and features. My program is now a part of the Technology, Entertainment and Design Academy of Osceola High. Students in the advanced classes will take the FCPX Certification Exam as their final exam. Two nights a week I have the privilege of teaching FCPX and Scriptwriting for Video at St. Petersburg College. The most incredible part of teaching I have found, is learning from my students every day.

Student Work:
https://www.youtube.com/doritos?x=us-en_submissionsphase_9817_7 http://www.poptent.com/media/53378 http://www.schooltube.com/my-videos/
River Harmony

 • Member of Woodbury University Program Board (plans events for the Burbank, CA community and university).

• 2nd Year Film Major at Woodbury University Director

• Director of Photography

• Editor

• Colorist
Note from the producers: River will be serving as our college intern.

Hello, my name is River Harmony, I have working on film for about 5 years now and FCPX about 3 years, I'm currently attending a private university in Southern California to continue my education in film outside of just holding a camera and learning as I go by. I have won multiple awards since I was a freshman in high school back in '09, awards that include the California Student Media Festival Award. I plan on going into the field of color grading, as well as directing and being a director of photography on the side.

Color Grading Highlight Reel

Color Grading Choices
(this is shot video composed of different color grading options I created for a director on their film)