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Bryan Redding

Title: Part Time Faculty, Film and Digital Media

Office: Oconee
Areas of Expertise: Video and Photography Production, Cinematography, Film and Commercial Directing, Photography


  • B.S., Media Arts and Design/Social Sciences, James Madison University

Research/Special Interests

Bryan Redding is an award winning director, cinematographer and photographer based in Athens, Georgia. He has spent the last fifteen years chasing his two great passions, film and photography.
He has served as both the Director and Cinematographer on a number of independent films and shorts in addition to being the Director of Photography on two feature length films, the horror/thriller feature, "The Morningside Monster." and the documentary, "3-Minute Activists: The Soul of Slam." In addition to independent film projects, he has also directed and shot numerous music videos and commercials. Some of his past clients have included Red Bull, Coca-Cola, Kubota Tractors, Walmart, MTV, Penguin Books, Forbes Travel Guide, Kleenex, and NightForce Optics.
His photography has been published all over the United States. Southern Distinction, Athens Magazine, Georgia's Good Life, Flavours, Links, Macon Magazine, The Official Georgia Travel Guide, Lake Oconee Living, Where-Travel Georgia, Classic South Weddings & Events with Style, Dawg Life Magazine, Flair, and Athena Magazine are just a few of the periodicals that his work has appeared in.
In addition to his time spent behind the camera, Bryan is also a musician, graphic designer, art director, and martial artist (he currently holds a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, with a heavy slant toward the Gracie Combative School of training).

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