Arthur Garcia, a member of Fairmont Prep’s Class of 2013, is now pursuing a radio-TV-film (RTVF) degree at California State University, Fullerton. Entering his junior year in the program, Garcia is now the studio manager of Titan Communications, CSUF’s digital media station located under the campus’ library building.

As a Fairmont Prep student, Garcia was heavily involved in Husky Vision, led and advised by Mr. Nick Ochoa.

“[Arthur] was one of the most dedicated students that I’ve ever had and brought a level of professionalism to the class,” Mr. Ochoa said. “Arthur excelled in many areas of filmmaking, but the skill that stands out the most was his skill with the camera.”

Hoping to become a director of documentary-style and independent films, Garcia is now building upon the foundation laid by Husky Vision and hopes to use his time with Titan Communications to hone his craft, make networking connections, and build a strong portfolio of demo reels.

Read more about Garcia’s achievements in this OC Register article.

“He came up with a lot of ideas for Husky Vision and helped us create many popular segments,” Mr. Ochoa said. “He was one of my first students to continue his work in film in college, and I am immensely proud to have had the opportunity to teach and mentor him.”