As an associate professor of communication arts and sciences at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Brian Fuller has instructed film students in courses such as Multi-Camera Studio Production, Communication and Culture, and Advanced Digital Filmmaking. While a member of the faculty at Calvin College, Brian Fuller has also produced several alumni video profiles, spoken at the Calvin Theological Seminary and the QUEST Workshop, and served as executive producer for the 10-video training series Master Clinician Sessions in Speech Pathology at Calvin College.
Outside of academia, Brian Fuller has owned and operated media production company Full Circle Media in Belding, Michigan, for more than 20 years. As head of the studio, he supervises interns from Calvin College, Montreat-Anderson College, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in activities ranging from videography and audio recording to research and post-production work. In 2010, Brian Fuller served as producer, director, editor, and writer for the Full Circle Media production A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School. The documentary of a progressive Christian School in Hoboken, New Jersey, won the 2011 Bronze Telly Award in the Cinematography/Videography and Charitable/Not-For-Profit Films categories.
After receiving an associate of arts from Montreat-Anderson College, Brian Fuller earned both a bachelor of arts in broadcasting and cinema and a master of fine arts in film and video production from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has also completed several courses at Future Media Concepts in the use of Digidesign Pro Tools and Avid Media Composer.