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A graduate of the Penn State film program, Erin has over 25 years of industry experience in corporate and pro-bono work. She is an international producer and editor who has spent many years living abroad working for major corporations such as Chubb, J&J, & Bristle Myers-Squibb covering topics such as China entering the WTO, Hurricane Katrina, and the aftermath of 9/11. Her credits also include corporate industrial videos discussing the care and transport of fine art, protecting homes from wild fires and natural disasters, cybersecurity and risk management in factories and mines. She is the Director of public affairs show “Jersey Matters” and produced two feature-length documentaries ("A Great Circle & `The Other Vincent”). Her pro-bono work includes Directing/producing/editing for the nonprofit sector on projects that cover topics ranging from the orphans in southeast Asia, women’s health in Africa or housing the homeless in the U.S. Erin started at the University in 2012 and enjoys working with Monmouth students to aid in developing the burgeoning careers of young creative enthusiasts. 


"Capp" has run his post-production facility, The Coastline Group, Inc., for over 30 years. His striking list of clients includes; Bank of America, Merck & Co., IBM, Merrill Lynch and Bristol-Myers Squibb.  Highlights from his national broadcast work include the White House Office of Communications and the US national video “Pool Feed” for Pope Francis’ visit to the states. His sports video engineering credits include the Summer Olympics in Atlanta and Winer Olympics in Salt Lake City. "Capp" always arrives with chip chart in hand and never hesitates to share his colorful engineering experiences with us.


Jim is not only an industry powerhouse but he is also a genuinely generous guy. He brings to our studio years of experience and freely shares all he has learned along the way. Career highlights include: Camera Op and DP for NBC, CBS, ABC, MTV, MSG, and ESPN. He has been nominated for a National Emmy 4 times and has a National Emmy Award for his work on the Late Show with David Letterman. His regional Emmy’s number 2 for sports coverage on Mets broadcasts and 4 Regional Emmy nominations as DP for PBS broadcasts.


Bud had worked with QVC from 1996 through 2006 as an Audio Operator, Camera Operator, and Director of Photography. He is proficient in Lighting and loves teaching others "this amazing craft that we are so blessed to be able to do." Bud's words of wisdom:

1. The best ideas "on set" can come from anyone.

2. Treat your crew the way you want to be treated. Be nice and be honest.

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