Adam Forrester, Academic Educational Analyst/Academic Content Production Specialist, Teaching and Learning Technologies

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“One time, I accidentally stepped on Fred Willard’s toe on a film set.” – Adam Forrester

Adam Forrester is an academic educational analyst/academic content production specialist. He collaborates with members of the Teaching and Learning Technologies team and Emory University faculty, as well as university and off-campus communities to produce engaging video content for various TLT media projects.

Born and raised in Phenix City, AL, Adam received his master of fine arts degree from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia and has taught photography, video, and expanded media at the University of Georgia, Louisiana Tech University, Troy University, and Columbus State University. He also has a bachelor of science degree from Columbus State University.

His work has been screened and exhibited nationally and internationally, distributed via World Channel to public television stations across the U.S., and featured by NPR, Oxford American Magazine, and VICE Magazine.

Adam likes to reading and writing, cycling and running, travel, and watching and making enigmatic documentary films. From time to time, he reminisces about the moment when jelly shoes and Reebok pumps were popular.

“One time, I accidentally stepped on Fred Willard’s toe on a film set,” said Adam. “He was fine and thankfully didn’t need a medic.”

You can reach him at adam [dot] forrester [at] emory [dot] edu.

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