Dan Galassini

Lecturer

Dan Galassini is a fourth generation New Mexican, and fiercely proud of it.

In High School, he originally wanted to be an architect, but then realized people actually made the movies, and that sounded like more fun. Interning in cel animation and creature effects as a senior in High School lead to film school and seven years in Los Angeles. Dan eventually returned to Albuquerque because he missed the chile and the mountains.

Dan has an extensive background doing special effects, sci-fi production design and as a cameraman. He has done effects for various TV and cable shows, has been Post-Production Engineer at Loyola Marymount University, and the Theater Engineer for the DynaTheater at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. He regularly travels to the Middle East with an archaeological team and his footage from Jordan and Israel has been seen on Travel Channel, American Heroes Channel, Discovery and others.

Dan loves New Mexico and hopes to see the film industry prosper here. He enjoys teaching because every student’s project is a new challenge and he loves helping them find solutions to create something no one has seen before.

TEACHING:

  • MA111 Technical Intro to Video
  • MA429 Final Cut Pro Workshop
  • MA429 Premiere Pro Workshop

Dan Galassini
Adjunct Lecturer
B.A., College of Santa Fe

dgalassini@unm.edu
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