Digital Media Lab

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

This program provides an introduction to digital media production with a focus on electronic music, podcasting, digital video, graphic design, VFX, photography, and emerging media (examples include animation, VR, apps for mobile devices and game design). The classroom environment provides a mix of drama, art, music, and technology. Students in this program engage in projects ranging from filmmaking to sampling music and ambient sound to syncing kinetic type to music and designing digital FX for an action sequence. DML is a project-based learning structure, where students work both independently and in groups on a variety of media projects.

Digital Media Lab is the place for those students who are interested in electronic music, podcasting, graphic design, video, FX, and emerging media.

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CREDENTIALS, CERTIFICATES, WORK-BASED LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

National Technical Honor Society, SkillsUSA, and dual enrollment college credit opportunities through CCV: Introduction to Filmmaking, Audio, and Technology

High School credits available include: 

Occupations

• Actor
• Advertising producer
• Assistant Editor
• Assistant Photographer
• Cinematographer
• Digital Audio Technician
• Digital Graphic Artist
• Digital Imaging Manager
• Digital Video Editor
• Director
• Film/video editor
• Lighting technician
• Multimedia Designer
• Production coordinator
• Promotions specialist
• Public Relations Manager
• Radio DJ
• Runner, film/video

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Jason Raymond, MA, M.Ed.

Jason has been teaching the Digital Media Lab since 2015 and is a certified CTE instructor. Jason has masters degrees in Education (M.Ed, University of Arkansas, Little Rock), and  Advertising (MA, The University of Texas), and bachelor degrees in Creative Writing and  Media Arts (BA, Bennington College) and Psychology and Marketing (BS, Easter Michigan  University). In addition, Jason taught field and studio production at Tualatin Valley Community Access  (TVTV) in Beaverton, OR. He also taught English and Broadcasting at Dunbar Middle  School in Little Rock, AR, where his students participated in the PBS Student Reporting  Labs with schools from across the country. Jason also serves on the Regional Education  Television Network (RETN) board, and was the former film programmer for the Hot  Springs Documentary Film Festival.  

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Program Outcomes

Students attend universities and colleges to pursue degrees in Filmmaking, Music Production, Digital Media, and Graphic Design (Motion Graphics)

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