Fine Arts Academy
Program chair, Ken Rogers, has been teaching Audio Video Productions since 2007. He is an established film industry veteran, having worked in all facets of production, with such prestigious former clients that include Discovery Channel, Disney Imagineering, The Smithsonian Institute, and many more.
Before teaching, Ken developed content for film, television, and the internet for nearly 20 years. His enthusiasm for animation and visual effects started in childhood, creating stop motion animation with his father’s 8mm camera. He has devoted the last thirteen years of his nearly 30 year career in film and television as a specialist in animation, motion graphics and visual effects.
Ken studied Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University and Mason Gross School of the Arts. He continued his education in art at Rutgers University. He has worked in film and video as a producer, director, writer, editor, camera operator, prop maker, animator, motion graphic artist, and visual effects artist.