Brandon Wasserburger, one of the earliest graduates of the
Interdisciplinary Film & Video Studies Program at Central Washington
University and present Owner, Producer and Editor at Fire Tribe, inc.
with a résumé of over 200 television episodes and many international
humanitarian documentaries in 10 countries will be the guest of FVS &
the Communication Department for the College of Arts & Humanities Alumni
The following are open to faculty and students:
1) "Coffee With..." will be in the COM Dept. Lobby from 10-11am. Come
enjoy a cup of coffee and a pastry and meet Brandon!
2) "Brown Bag Seminar" will be in SURC 140 from 11:15am to 12pm. Bring
your lunch and have a discussion with Brandon about launching your
Also, from 2:00-3:30pm Brandon will participate in the CAH Alumni Panel
in the Grupe Center.
So, take advantage of this opportunity to meet a great guy and "pick
his brain" about working in the film & television industry!
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