Jeff Sweeton has been producing digital video, film, photography, websites, scripts, apps and writing for over fifteen years and has been teaching about it for about that long as well. He currently serves as the Technology Education Manager at the Lawndale Christian Development Corporation (LCDC) as well as teaching at Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development, where he's taught a variety of media, electronics and engineering courses for about four years. Under his direction, the Community Technology Center at LCDC has been redesigned to integrate project-based, multimedia and Pop-Up learning, garnering membership in the Hive of Chicago as well as other support. He is also a mentor and regional trainer for the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network, started at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and administered by the Boston Museum of Science, with whom he led a Computer Clubhouse for seven years while also serving as an international trainer. Under his guidance, Jeff’s Clubhouse was granted an international Kudos award in 2007. Previously, he taught in several Chicago Public Schools, leading original courses developed with After School Matters while also producing freelance video for clients including ComEd, Ciber Enterprise Solutions and the Cleveland Jewish Federation. He is a frequent volunteer with Facets Multimedia as well as having consulted at the The Field Museum and led workshops at the Art Institute of Chicago. Before earning his Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Jeff produced his first commissioned videos, produced around the world, while still in high school.