BA in English and Psychology, Taylor University
MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary
MFA in Screenwriting, Hollins University
Professor Christopher Clark possesses diverse experience in film, including local and national TV production, independent filmmaking and short and feature-length filmmaking. After receiving his MFA in screenwriting from Hollins University, he taught filmmaking at Bryan College for seven years. Professor Clark successfully developed Bryan College’s first film program by emphasizing both story and craft. This program included film classes such as scriptwriting, photography, silent film, European cinema and documentary filmmaking, which produced well-rounded filmmakers. Within the first four years of the program, Professor Clark sent a graduate to the American Film Institute, one of the top film schools in the nation.
Professor Clark continues to write, produce and direct short films, feature films and documentaries. His most recent film, Two Guys Over Lunch, is in postproduction, and he plans to enter it into the film festival circuit.
Professor Clark has spent the past year as a chaplain for an international school in the Dominican Republic. He combines his knowledge of film and ministry experience to leave a lasting impact on students.
Professor Clark and his wife, Carol, have two boys and three girls, and they love spending time outdoors. He also enjoys reading, photography and serving his community through coaching.