Stéphane Glynn is a film director and editor from Reston, Virginia. Despite his early interest in math and science, Stéphane shifted his focus to the humanities and arts during his time at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (#1 High School in U.S. per U.S. News & World Report in 2009). He went on to complete his Bachelors from the University of Virginia (UVA) with Majors in Media Studies & Psychology and a Dance Minor. While studying film and media theory, Stéphane also began making short dance films and documentaries. After his undergraduate studies, Stéphane completed a Master of Fine Arts in Film Production and a Graduate Certificate in Screendance at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. While completing his MFA, Stéphane has also worked as a freelance filmmaker, editor and colorist for companies in Utah, Virginia and the Bay Area. In addition to his production work, Stéphane has gained significant experience in the media industry through internships with ABC Television Group, ATO Pictures, A+E Films, Color Mill, and Paladin Media Group. Besides his work in production and theory, Stéphane is passionate about teaching. He has taught the Introduction to Film class for three semesters at the University of Utah. He also recently received a University Teaching Assistantship Grant in order to develop and teach a new class titled The Body & The Screen. Since September of 2016, Stéphane has also been working full-time as a Production Assistant for KUED, Salt Lake City's PBS affiliate.