Faculty Profile-Christopher Gallant

 

 

 

Christopher R. Gallant, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Communication
Assistant Divisional Chair, Arts and Sciences
Coordinator, Center for Creative Media
Office: 140D Bogel Hall
Phone: (716) 926-8896
E-mail: cgallant@hilbert.edu
Web: about.me/prof.gallant

 

Educational Background & Biography

M.F.A.  University at Buffalo, The State University at New York
B.A.  Buffalo State College, The State University at New York
 
Courses (Past/Present):

COM 110  Introduction to Mass Media
COM 170  Multimedia Explorations I
COM 180  Multimedia Explorations II
COM 243  Journalism I
COM 275  Digital Filmmaking
COM 281  Web Design I
COM 343  Journalism II
COM 370  Digital Photography
COM 374  Lighting for Video and Theater
COM 375  Digital Film Editing
COM 378  Radio Production
COM 399  Independent Study
COM 475   TV Studio Production
COM 478   Ethnographic and Documentary Film
COM 491/492  DMAC Internship

Publications:

Gallant, C (Director) (2008). Niagara Falls: A Tale of Two Cities [HDcam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.
Gallant, C (Director) (2008). Who Killed Crystallynn [Betacam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.
Gallant, C (Director) (2008). The Crystallynn Investigation [Betacam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.
Gallant, C (2008). The Making of an Emmy Award-Winning Documentary. About Buffalo State, from http://www.buffalostate.edu/podcasts/2008/10/20081002_1215_gallant.mp3
Gallant, C (2008). As the World Turns: A conversation with artist in residence Dan Monceaux. Squealer. Buffalo, NY.
Gallant, C (Director) (2007). They Made a Mistake: the Anthony Capozzi story [HDcam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.
Gallant, C (Director) (2007). 411 on Kids Today [Betacam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.
Gallant, C (Director) (2006). October Storm: stories to remember [Betacam]. USA: Gannett Broadcasting.

Awards:

Emmy Awards, NY –
Awarded: Politics/Govt. Program/Special - Niagara Falls: A Tale of Two Cities (2008)
Awarded: News Special - They Made a Mistake: the Anthony Capozzi story (2007)
Associated Press, NY –
Awarded: Best News Special - They Made a Mistake: the Anthony Capozzi story (2007)