Film and Digital Media Center. Located on the main campus in the Harry S. Downs Center for Continuing Education building.
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Jaye Sarah Davidson teaches Post-Production Editing/Introduction to Editing at Clayton State University.
Originally, from Knoxville she attended the University of Tennessee, where she studied documentary filmmaking. Her undergraduate thesis project was to make a documentary about the Religious practices in Calcutta, India.
After graduation, she traveled to South America. While working on a documentary project in La Paz, Bolivia, Davidson decided that her real passion was narrative film. She attended Florida State's College Motion Picture Arts. She graduated with an MFA in Film production and two successful thesis films.
Her writing and directing thesis, Missile Crisis, played in over thirty festivals nationwide and won thirteen awards. Her producing thesis (directed by Clay Riley Hassler) won the student Emmy for Outstanding Children's Programming.
Since film school, Davidson has worked in the industry and in academia. She has produced music videos, commercials, short narrative and documentary films.
In 2012, she moved to Atlanta GA. In addition to Clayton State University she has had the privilege of teaching at American Intercontinental, University of West Georgia, and Kennesaw State University.
She is excited to be teaching in the Continuing Education Program at Clayton State University!