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Alex Graham has been teaching at Canyon High School since 2007. He graduated from Chapman University in 2001 with a BFA in Film and went on to receive his teaching credential in Art and Masters degree from National University after several years in the industry. In addition to Canyon, Graham teaches at Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.
He began his teaching career at Santa Ana College and Orange County High School of the Arts and has taught a variety of subjects from Film Production, Video Editing, Digital Music Production and Recording, Electronic Music Studies, Graphic Design, 3D Animation and Motion Graphics, Film History and Aesthetics and Composition and Sound Design for Film.
Graham teaches our beginning and advanced video production classes (Art of TV and Video Production and Video Production II), the school’s broadcast show, Career Focus Arts, and creates the school’s DVD yearbook with his students in the Film Ed Academy of the Arts class. In 2012, Mr. Graham was the “Mentor of the Year” at the Orange County Film Festival and his students have won numerous accolades and scholarships in Film Contests regionally and nationally. Mr. Graham is an internationally published musician and visual artist.