SGVCUE's 2009 Tech Fair
Frank Guttler is an independent consultant and Technical Specialist to the Los Angeles County Ofﬁce of Education's Multimedia Services. He provides specialized film/video/media training and curriculum to county-wide, teacher professional development outreach programs. he is also a classroom instructor for a state-sponsored, career-track high school media academy.
Frank began his career as a TV/ Film/Digital Media Producer and was Associate Director of the American Film Institute's Screen Education Center. At AFI, he was responsible for developing and leading transformational visual literacy and basic ﬁlmmaking workshops for K-12 educators at state, national and international conferences. With AFI for 10 years, Frank served the Advanced Technology and Professional Training Programs of the AFI Conservatory by producing educational and professional outreach programs. Examples of these include the California Digital Arts Workshop, Media & Technology Salons and the AFI Digital Video Filmmakers Symposium.
He is a credentialed Career-Technical Instructor, Google Certified Teacher and holds a BA degree in Cinema-Television Arts and Electronic Media Management from the California State University, Northridge.
Frank blogs about education, technology and movies at lights, camera, learn. He is a credentialed Career-Technical Instructor, Google Certified Teacher and holds a BA degree in Cinema - Television Arts and Electronic Media Management from the California State University, Northridge.
Want to learn what books Frank recommends? Check out his list dealing with video, directing, education, and movies. Frank's Book List.