Faculty/Staff Spotlight: Natalie Bullock Brown

Saint Augustine's University | Faculty/Staff Spotlight: Natalie Bullock Brown [425] | Faculty Spotlight October 17, 2011

Natalie Bullock-Brown is an award-winning and Emmy nominated producer and consultant, department chair and an assistant professor for the Department of Film & Interactive Media. Natalie has served as co-host for Black Issues Forum, a public affairs program on UNC-TV, the local public television station, for over ten years. Natalie recently produced a 38 part DVD series documenting the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Conference of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

Natalie maintained a freelance career before joining Saint Augustine's University, providing production, research and rights clearance consultation for various clients including trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center, filmmaker Ken Burns, Florentine Films, media companies Jazz Video Networks Dreamtime Entertainment, award-winning filmmaker Judith Helfand, and others. Prior to going freelance, Natalie served as a producer and correspondent for UNC-TV, North Carolina's statewide public television network.

Prior to freelancing, she worked for filmmaker Ken Burns in his New York production office, serving as a production coordinator on Burns' and Lynn Novick's Frank Lloyd Wright and as associate producer on Burns' 10 part PBS series "Jazz". Natalie has also taught documentary filmmaking as an adjunct professor at Saint Augustine's, production classes at North Carolina Central University, and has conducted workshops on archival film and photo research for the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.

Natalie holds a Master of Fine Arts in Film Production from Howard University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Northwestern University.