Brad Moody

Educator • Digital Artist


Educator•Digital Artist

Digital Media is often defined as a range of varied topics and it’s rare that there is a collective opinion regarding what falls under this category. My ongoing research and educational direction is done so with this in mind to highlight the array of areas digital platforms are integrated under the greater topic. 


Electronic Arts is the core of my research, interest and experience. With research into all aspects of video, sound, new and emerging technologies, mobile media and interactive design I critically and creatively explore the different possibilities in fusing the aspects of each to create multi-faceted works. 

 Apple Distinguished Educator, Blackmagic Design, DaVinci Resolve, Color Correction & Fairlight Certified Trainer, Accepted into Adobe Partners by Design Program for art and design faculty


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Associate Professor of Digital & Interactive Media, Daytona State College

2019 - Present

Responsibilities include but are not limited to teaching courses within the Digital and Interactive Media Production and Photography Programs, in the School of Photography at Daytona State College. Student advising, research, involvement with community organizations and participating as a member on college committees. Serve on the College Technology Advisory Board and Advising Council.

Assistant Chair, School of Photography, Digital and Interactive Media, Daytona State College

2019 - Present

Responsible for assisting with administrative functions for the School of Photography under the direction of the Department Chair. Leading the Digital Interactive Media Production Program, including College and State curriculum review and update, outreach including the creation of industry Advisory Board, articulation agreement with local high schools, hiring and student advisement. Organized Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Trainer Training for Faculty and Staff and had the School of Photography recognized as a Blackmagic Design official Academic Training Partner. Integration of Professional DaVinci Resolve Certification for students. Led the update of program resources to industry standard 6K video production equipment kits and multi camera, live production kits. Proposed, secured funding and implemented BYOD new media suites with eGPUs and 4k monitors. Proposed, secured funding and implemented industry standard new media suites with new Apple Mac Pros, Apple Pro Display XDRs 32-inch Retina 6K monitors, capable of 6k video post production, sound and interactive media. Appointed lead for the School of Photography transition to online conversion during COVID-19.

Associate Professor of Digital Media, American University in Dubai

December 2010 - 2018

Responsibilities include but are not limited to teaching all video, sound and interactive courses in the Digital Media concentration. Responsible for teaching many Visual Communication foundation and senior courses within AUDs Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Visual Communication program as well as Technological Applications In The Classroom graduate course in the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program within The School of Education. Student advising, research, involvement with community organizations and participating as a member on University committees.

Digital Media Coordinator, American University in Dubai

2011 - 2017

Throughout the 6 years I was Coordinator for the Digital Media Major, I led the change to update the curriculum, computer labs, built 5 new media industry standard suites and resource room with industry standard video, sound and interactive equipment. The Digital Media Major was nominated as a center of excellence from Apple, recognized in an initiative by Blackmagic Design of top film schools in the region and recognized as a Blackmagic Design official Academic Training Partner. Alumni are employed in the region and internationally as editors, animators, colorists, producers, art directors, film faculty, photography faculity, digital media faculty and a range of other digital media creative positions. Digital Media graduates were accepted in top graduate programs in the USA and Europe including but not limited to: Berklee College of Music, The University of Southern California, New York University, Northwestern University, Cranbrook Academy of Art, University of the West of Scotland. Masters Programs in Multimedia Journalism, Masters in Film, Master of Music in Music Production, Technology, and Innovation, Masters in Fine Arts in Interactive Media. Additionally, many have been awarded scholarships including the Annenberg Leadership Scholarship and Annenberg Graduate Fellow. The enrollment was the fastest growing and largest Major in the Visual Communications Department.

Assistant Professor of Mass Communication, McNeese State University

September 2010 - December 2010

Responsibilities include teaching 100-200-300-400 level courses in Communication Theory, Emerging Media/Web/New Media Design and beginning through advanced Media Production. Student advising, research, involvement with community organizations and participating as a member on university committees. Advise and implement updating studio space including working with vendors, quotes and implementing updates.

Applied Communication Faculty, SWC, Higher College of Technology

2007 - 2010

Responsibilities include teaching Media Communication, Video, Photography and Multimedia Production courses. This includes teaching theory and basic visualizing, storyboarding, color, layout, planning, typography, design history and providing proven graphics-related work experience in print, video and electronic media. This requires a working knowledge of all current media related software, including, but not limited to, Adobe CS, and Final Cut Studio. A working knowledge of technical media production, photography, broadcasting, multimedia, digital media, editing/lighting/video and video postproduction. Knowledge surrounding media and design studies including, animation, motion graphics, style and genre, history of media, photography and video. 

Associate Broadcast Producer/Art Director, Palio Communications

2000 - 2007

Responsibilities included but were not limited to shooting, produce and edit in-house productions and supervise out-of-house productions. Coordinate shoots and locations, direct crew and cast, log footage, oversee graphics and postproduction, facilitate duplication and packaging. Handle project management, publicity, event coordination, office management, and light accounting. Utilize advanced understanding of multimedia technology and video production techniques with strong knowledge of Adobe After Effects, Adobe CS, Media100, ProTools and Quark. Projects include: Web, multimedia, CD/DVD, trade-show, broadcast, video, and radio.


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Daytona State College

DIG 2000 Introduction to Digital Media

DIG 2500 Fundamentals of Interactive Media

GRA 1543 Graphic Design Studio

PGY 1115 Color Theory and Processes

PGY 1800 Photography and Image Making

PGY 1802 Digital Image Processing and Applications

PGY 2750 Introduction to Video Production

American University in Dubai

VCCC100 Introduction to Visual Communication

VCCC205 Computer Graphics II

VCDM221 Introduction to Video Production

VCDM222 Introduction to Sound

VCDM230 Introduction to Interactive Media

VCDM320 Performance And Installation Studio

VCDM321 Intermediate Projects in Video

VCDM 325 Underwater Media Production

VCDM330 Advanced Projects in Interactive Media

VCDM421 Advanced Video Production

VCCC480 Senior Project

VCCC490 Field Experience in Visual Communication

EDCO620 Technological Applications In The Classroom

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