Juan Vazquez, B.F.A.

Media Arts Design | Language Arts

Email: jvazquez@cyresscollege.edu

Phone: (323) 601-8042

Office Hours: Thursday 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Location: FA, Room 220

About Professor Vazquez

Juan Vazquez teaches Digital Cinema and Computer Graphics in the Media Arts Design department at Cypress College. Juan graduated from Cal State LA in Film, Television and New Media Production with a minor in Web Design.

While in college he sold distribution rights to two short films. Recently J.J. has produced LOWLIFES and SONS OF THE DEVIL – two films written and directed by Brian Buccellato (The Flash and Detective Comics). He is also the Video Producer for Scripts and Scribes.

Passions:
Film/Cinema
Teaching

Sports:
Track and Field
Basketball
Soccer

Hobbies:
Making Movies
Books/comics

Favorite Film Genres:
Comedy, Animation

Recommended Courses

MAD 184 C, Digital Video Explorations

This course focuses on the use of introductory video and audio programs. The use of various basic video input and output devices will be covered. This course is designed for students to input, create, manipulate and output digital video. This class is intended as a gateway into the varied offerings of the Digital Cinema program, where the student can pursue more in-depth study on the topic(s) that most attracted them during this introductory class.

MAD 100C Intro to Computer Graphics/Mac
MAD 101C Intro to Computer Graphics/Win

This course focuses on the use of electronic or digital; paint, drawing, digital imaging, video capture and output, animated gif’s, and page layout programs. The use of various Macintosh input and output devices will be covered. Designed for artists to input, create, manipulate and output graphic imagery including static, video and motion graphic elements. This class is intended as a gateway into the varied offerings of the Media Arts Design program, where the student can pursue more in-depth study on the topic(s) that most attracted them during this introductory class.

Classes

  • 3 Units
  • Requirement: The Filmmaker’s Handbook, ISBN: 978-0-452-29728-9, CRN: 13849

This course focuses on the use of introductory video and audio programs. The use of various basic video input and output devices will be covered. This course is designed for students to input, create, manipulate and output digital video. This class is intended as a gateway into the varied offerings of the Digital Cinema program, where the student can pursue more in-depth study on the topic(s) that most attracted them during this introductory class.

ONLINE CLASS:

This full semester class meets entirely online. For more information and resources, visit our Distance Education pages.

Resources