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Jason Koskovich

Accounting Jason Koskovich first earned his accounting degree in 2000 from Dakota County Technical College earning a spot in the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society. Over the next 10 years he worked in the corporate offices for TGI Fridays, Cross Telecom, and Granite City Food & Brewery. In his spare time, Jason worked on …

Keith Langsdorf

Instructor: Digital Video & Media Production Keith has been involved in the Minneapolis film community since the late 1990s and since then, his enthusiasm for the craft has only grown. As a director, Keith has worked with numerous local bands, actors, and crew-members, and as an editor, he has an established reputation for attention to …

Andrew Lucas

Audio Engineering, ProTool Minneapolis native Andrew “Ronin” Lucas is a producer, engineer, musician, DJ, and college educator. Andrew has recorded, produced, and mixed music for Bad Boy Entertainment, Cam’ron and the Dip Set, and Pigeon John, among many others. In 2008, the self-titled album by Doomtree, on which he engineered several songs, reached #1 on …

Jason Orris

Engineering, Production Jason has been owner/manager/engineer of the Terrarium Recording Studio (www.the-terrarium.com) since starting it twenty years ago as a basement studio equipped with a coffee maker and a 16-track tape machine. After a year and a half the studio moved into the Washington Avenue location where some of the best sounding rock records in …

Christy Perry

Faculty, Mathematics, Computer Technology Christy was born in Mississippi at the height of the Civil Rights movement. Her parents continually moved around the South — Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee —averaging a new state every two years. Yet, wherever they went, she found them. She worked for more than 20 years as an insurance product …

Jon Smith

Instructor: Audio for Video Jonathan has been working in the underground music scene in the Twin Cities since the age of 19, when he returned from Berklee College of Music in 1993. In 1996, he completed a bachelor’s degree in Music Education at the University of Minnesota and spent the rest of the ‘90s playing …

Rod Smith

Entertainment Business Before blundering into a freelance writing career around the turn of the millennium, Mr. Smith worked as a musician, retail buyer, disc jockey, independent curator, publicist, night club VJ, stage hand, bartender and lighting designer. He has written extensively about music, visual art, books and related topics for Decibel, Time Out New York, …

Tyson Taylor

Instructor, Sound Design Tyson Taylor is an audio engineering professional with a reputation for meticulously managing complex projects, often under deadline pressure. Having worked for Electronic Arts on video games such as “The Sims,” his forte includes sound for video and computer games. He’s also worked for the Utah Jazz as the team’s videographer. His …

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