Julye Newlin

Lecturer

Julye Newlin
(615) 898-2841
Room 271E, John Bragg Media and Entertainment Building (BRAGG)
MTSU Box Box 58, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Office Hours

M/W : 9:30 - 11:00

T/R : 10:00 - 12:00

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Areas of Expertise

Light augmentation and attenuation prior to sampling the subject into a series of pixel values.

Hex code interpretation of red, green, and blue values from zero to one.

People watching.

 

Biography

Let's face it I love everything about filmmaking. Maybe this is why a childhood passion for photography became a hobby that blossomed into a world of cinema. After more than 20 years behind the lens, I honestly can say that I love my job. Listening to stories, meeting new people, and immersing myself in unfamiliar situations is the juice that feeds my soul. As a filmmaker I find life incredibly compelling; storytelling is a delicate balance of human understanding coupled with compassion and r...

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Let's face it I love everything about filmmaking. Maybe this is why a childhood passion for photography became a hobby that blossomed into a world of cinema. After more than 20 years behind the lens, I honestly can say that I love my job. Listening to stories, meeting new people, and immersing myself in unfamiliar situations is the juice that feeds my soul. As a filmmaker I find life incredibly compelling; storytelling is a delicate balance of human understanding coupled with compassion and reason.

The methods used to produce media will continue to blossom, yielding smaller teams placed under undue pressure to provide sophisticated results. Cinema remains an infant medium that requires enormous investments of time to truly master. Navigating the realistic balance of a trade versus the perceptions of wide-eyed students aiming for the stars on Hollywood and Vine is the task of any cinema instructor dedicated to production.

Art is both mechanical and interpretive, respecting the process of creation only provides an artist half of their goal. Guiding students through the power of language, behavior, composition, and editing teaches them to respect a story through the eyes of the audience. For a work is not truly a work until it is shared.

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Awards

2017 Telly People’s Choice Award

“Just the Way You Are,” Monarch School

 

Telly Awards

“Just the Way You Are,” Monarch School

“Sexual Addiction Series”, Sagemont Church

“Resilience to Trauma”, Department of Veterans Affairs

“Shattered Lives” , Quanah Productions, Inc.

“When Seconds Count”, Quanah Productions,...

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2017 Telly People’s Choice Award

“Just the Way You Are,” Monarch School

 

Telly Awards

“Just the Way You Are,” Monarch School

“Sexual Addiction Series”, Sagemont Church

“Resilience to Trauma”, Department of Veterans Affairs

“Shattered Lives” , Quanah Productions, Inc.

“When Seconds Count”, Quanah Productions, Inc. / IVR

“Women With Energy”, Batyah Productions / PBS-8

“Father Carl”, Council on Alcohol and Drugs

“YSY Therapy”, Notre Ciel Productions

“Apollo 13” 30” Spot, On-Orbit Productions

 

Ava Awards

“Sexual Addiction Series”, Sagemont Church

“Resilience to Trauma”, Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Technical Achievement Award

“YSY Therapy”, Notre Ciel Productions

 

Videographer's Award

Frank Stella Documentary

 

PPA Loan Collection

“Chain Reaction,” for AD2 and Crossroads 

“Apollo 13” 30” Spot, On-Orbit Productions

 

PPA Merit Award

Outstanding Videography, "Portrait of Sherman Hines"

 

WIC Silver Matrix

Outstanding Videography, "Portrait of Louisiana"

 

IABC Bronze Quill

Outstanding Color Photography, "Sensual Eating

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Courses

MA1080 - Post Produciton I

MA2120 - Sight, Sound & Motion - Aesthetics

MA2131 - Multi-Cam I

 

Guest Lecturer, Advanced Lighting, MTSU