Students at Full Sail University have always benefited from the extensive industry experience that our instructors offer. Here's a small sampling of the instructors teaching this degree program.
David has been instructing Full Sail students for over 13 years. A leader among the Show Production & Touring staff, Dave has been a key member in the development of the program curriculum. He continues to work in the industry, and while not on campus he works as an engineer in the field. Dave’s freelance work includes engineering for K.C. & the Sunshine Band and Jon Secada.
For over 25 years, Susan has worked in just about every aspect of the live entertainment industry. Upon completing a BS in Biology at Siena College, she began her career as an electrician at Cap Rep and other Albany area theatres, before moving onto the Heights Players and the Village Theatre Company in New York City as a lighting designer and stage manager. Susan moved to Orlando after earning her MFA in Lighting Design and quickly became the house electrician at the Tupperware Theatre and Convention Center at Tupperware World Headquarters in Kissimmee. Upon joining Full Sail in 1998, she developed the Show Light Engineering class, and later the Introduction to Lighting Concepts class.
Mike has over 25 years of live audio production experience working with numerous artists, and has been involved in such areas of live production as front of house engineering, remote recording, studio recording and monitor engineering. His experience in the field helps bring these difficult concepts to life in the classroom using real world scenarios.