|Brett Ingram, MFA, Associate Professor 321 Brown Building
Brett Ingram is the director of two documentary feature films, Monster Road (2004) and Rocaterrania (2009), and a dozen short documentaries and animated films.
His work has screened on Sundance Channel and regional PBS, and at hundreds of film festivals, including: Los Angeles Film Festival, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Slamdance Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Independent Film Festival of Boston, Vancouver International Film Festival, Ottawa Animation Festival, Buenos Aires International Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, New Zealand International Film Festival, Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, Annecy International Animated Film Festival, and the Bakuon Film Festival in Tokyo.
Ingram has written and directed documentary programs for Animal Planet and National Geographic Channel, and has authored articles on animation, visual art, and media education.
His primary teaching interests are documentary filmmaking, cinematography, sound design, and fringe cinema studies.
Ingram is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship (2007), and fellowships in Visual Arts (1996) and Filmmaking (2002) from the North Carolina Arts Council. He is currently working on a book about the life and work of visionary illustrator Renaldo Kuhler.