Introducing Eric & Ryan!

The ETO's Content Production team has two new staff members - Eric McMullan and Ryan Spooner. The ETO is back on campus for in person filming! Can you tell we're excited?

Ryan Spooner and Eric McMullan join the EdTech Office as our new Content Production Assistants. This week we kicked off our Lecture Capture program (learn more about the FASE Lecture Capture program), so there’s a good chance you saw one or both of them carrying video equipment in the hallways, or perhaps even setting up in your lecture room!

Ryan is a recent Media Production graduate of Ryerson University with a specialization in TV/Film. What Ryan looks forward to the most in his new role is capturing lessons for FASE students and learning a thing or two alongside them. He aspires to be a traveling videographer for various artistic and humanitarian projects around the world.

Eric studied film, television, digital media and radio at Centennial College where he graduated in 2019. During his time at Centennial he focused and specialized in video editing, taking editing classes and working mostly as an editor on student films. He hopes one day to create his own professional TV Show or movie. In his role as a Content Production Assistant, he’s looking forward to being able to help create informative and educational content.

Ryan and Eric are available to help with remote editing projects, special request filming, and studio or on location filming (as public health guidelines allow). For general inquiries, contact us at fase.edtech@utoronto.ca.

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