“Do or do not. There is no try.”
Seth Chambers teaches digital video production and broadcasting and advanced animation at the Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART) in Clovis, California. In the basic course, students learn techniques that allow them to deliver a multimedia message with maximum impact using industry-standard software such as Adobe® Premiere® Pro, Photoshop®, Illustrator®, After Effects®, and Encore®, as well as other popular media applications. Students also learn basic lighting and camera techniques and are introduced to the visual structures of film and other forms of digital media. In the advanced course, students expand their understanding of filmic structure and design and learn how to use Maxon’s CINEMA 4D and Adobe Flash® Professional in their animation and design workflows.
Chambers has been involved in the video production industry for over 15 years, often using Adobe products. During his baccalaureate work at the University of Southern California, he began his career focus by exploring the use of commercial web and graphic design. Soon after, he transitioned into the commercial sector, working in video production on the Media 100 Finish editing system and on live streaming solutions for Microsoft, RealNetworks, and Apple. Chambers then transitioned into television, working as a director for a local affiliate news morning show. It was in 2006 that he finally found his passion and fell in love with a new career: teaching high school students at CART.