Search Area
  • New Image Gallery
    Hands-on experience
    is part of being at MTSU
  • New Image Gallery
    On-campus shoots give students
    real-life experiences
  • New Image Gallery
    Professionals explain ways to make successful "pitches"
  • New Image Gallery
    MTSU's $1.7 million mobile production truck is a unique teaching lab
  • New Image Gallery
    Students learn how to bring their ideas to life on the screen
  • New Image Gallery
    Learn multiplatform journalism from our expert faculty
  • New Image Gallery
    Students choose from a variety of courses that examine the media
  • New Image Gallery
    At MTSU, students learn through hands-on experience

College of Media and Entertainment Board of Professional Advisors

Heimermann Mark Heimermann
Fun Attic Publishing and Productions
Franklin, TN

Multiple Grammy and Dove Award-winning producer, songwriter, musician and singer, Mark Heimermann, has beenhighly sought after in Nashville's gospel music industry for 25 years. He has produced and composed for a myriad of artists, including Michael W. Smith, dcTalk, Jaci Velasquez, Stacie Orrico and Tait. Heimermann's expansive collection of music accolades includes a Best Rock Gospel Album Grammy for dcTalk's chart-topping, multi-platinum CD Jesus Freak, which he co-wrote and produced. The title track for Jesus Freak also garnered him ASCAP's "Songwriter of the Year" Award and the Gospel Music Association's "Song of the Year" Dove Award in 1997. Mark also co-wrote and produced the hit 9/11 anthem "In God We Trust", a historic record that brought together more than 50 artists and raised funds for a number of charities benefiting the families of 9/11 victims, including the Todd M. Beamer Foundation.

Based in Franklin, Tennessee, Heimermann currently operates Fun Attic Publishing and Productions, and the Gravity Foundation, a non-profit that distributes copies of "In God We Trust" for free to thousands of military men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan.

2016, Middle Tennessee State University, a Tennessee Board of Regents institution, 1301 East Main Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37132-0001 USA +1-615-898-2300

Middle Tennessee State University, in its educational programs and activities involving students and employees, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnic or national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age (as applicable), status as a covered veteran or genetic information. For more information see Middle Tennessee State University. |  Nondiscrimination Policy