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Steven White

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Department of Cinema
Division of Communication
School of Fine Arts and Communication

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Education

  • MA, Cinema and Video Production, Bob Jones University
  • BS, Cinema and Video Production, Bob Jones University

Courses Taught

  • Documentary Production Seminar (Ci 312)

About Steven

Steven White is an instructor of Cinema.  He has a B.S. and M.A. in Cinema from Bob Jones University.  He has taught film courses as an instructor at West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, and as an adjunct at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

He has worked in commercial television at KCMO-TV in Kansas City, MO, and as a Film Coordinator and Chief Videographer at Indiana University Radio/TV Services.  His career is centered on documentary production.  While at Indiana, Steve photographed and edited “Doc: The Oldest Man in the Sea” (1980) a nationally broadcast PBS documentary about Indiana swim coach James “Doc” Counsilman’s  English Channel swim at age 67.  He also photographed and edited Cine Golden Eagle Award winning documentaries such as “Treasures of Indiana” (1991) and “Spanning time – America’s Covered Bridges.” (2003).  He was accepted as an Avid Master Editor in 1997 and attended a seminar with Editor& Director Walter Murch.  He continues to help students to use Avid software in their productions. 

Since coming to Bob Jones University in 2003, Steve’s professional work has centered on sound at the Unusual Films studio.  He has recorded and edited sound tracks for “Appalachian Trial” (2004), and “Milltown Pride.” (2010-11).   He has re-mastered sound tracks for DVD releases of Unusual Films' productions, “The Printing,” and “Sheffey.”