Cameron Cullers '11

July 24, 2013

Mass Communication

Detroit, Michigan



The Film Industry: Worked with Christian Slater

In summer 2011, I worked with production companies based in California and Chicago on two feature films: "Freaky Deaky" and "Cass."

I ended up working on three feature films as a production assistant. I landed a role as Michael Jai White's ("Spawn," "Blood and Bone," "Undisputed") stunt double in "Freaky Deaky" which was a movie about 1960 bomb-making radicals who wanted to become capitalists. I worked with Christian Slater, Billy Burke, Sabina Gadecki, Bill Dukes, Andy Dick and Crispin Glover all in that one movie. Then, once the summer ended, I decided to direct a little and shot two martial arts shorts: "Wrong Place, Right Time" was shot in November and "The Raid" was shot in January.

Graduate School

I am now attending grad school at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan working on an MA in Public Relations and Organizational Communication.

Teaching and Coaching

I am working at a middle school where I am implementing an interactive media course to teach sixth, seventh, and eighth graders television radio broadcasting and film production. I also coach basketball at the school and football at a police athletic league called Think Detroit PAL. In addition to this, I am coaching high school football now.

I just acquired an LLC, A-LAND Media Productions, which is a company that provides youth with visual and performing arts talent with a way to showcase their skills to colleges and universities....kind of like a Max Preps for the visual and performing arts students from ninth to twelfth grade.


I have a band called KASC; we have been playing a lot of gigs--mainly in the Midwest. In February 2012, we went on tour and spent the entire month of February in Canada playing different shows and building a great fan base over there. We headlined our first show in March 2012 here in the States, which was really good! You can check out our website at . We are making arrangements to cut a CD soon.

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    Small colleges offer you personal attention; SJC professors do more for you—they serve as mentors.

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    You get more deeply involved at SJC, so you get more meaningful experiences that prepare you for career and life.

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