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Video and Multimedia Production Staff Directory

Nancy Fritz Holden, Manager

Phone: (512) 223-8037
Location: Pinnacle Campus 208
Email: nholden@austincc.edu

Nancy Fritz Holden, Manager

Nancy has over thirty years of experience in video and media, and has been a TV producer with ACC for 20 years. She has produced over 40 teaching programs for national broadcast on Australian television. Her clients have included the New South Wales Board of Education, NSW Health Department, Human Rights Commission of NSW, with additional showings of programs on PBS Adult Learning Service and KLRU PBS.

Nancy has been a media educator as well as a published still photographer and writer. She has earned a B.A. in Communication Studies from Murdoch University in Australia and a Post-graduate Diploma in Educational Technology from Riverina College of Advanced Education, Australia.

John W. Breed III, Video Producer

Phone: (512) 223-8017
Location: Pinnacle Campus 210
Email: jbreed@austincc.edu

John W. Breed III, Video Producer

John started his career in 1975 in the production department at KLRN-TV (now KLRU-TV) working on programs such as “Carrascolendas”. He helped with set construction and camera crane operation for the first season of “Austin City Limits”. He went on to work at Channel 7, KTBC-TV in 1976. He held various jobs such as projectionist (loading commercial spots or movies on 16mm film projectors), audio operator, video switcher and moved onto working the production floor as camera operator, lighting, set construction, floor manager and eventually director on the evening newscasts and special events such as telethons.

Melissa Griffith, Video Producer

Phone: (512) 223-8035
Location: Pinnacle Campus 212
Email: griffith@austincc.edu

Melissa Griffith, Video Producer

Melissa Griffith is a Video Productions Specialist with the IDS Department of Austin Community College. Prior to arriving at ACC in 2001, Melissa was employed as a News and Sports Television Photojournalist, both locally and at network level.

Today, Melissa works with the ACC IDS video team, developing media for instructional support. Her responsibilities include design, development, shooting and editing video, webstreaming, and graphic production.

Away from ACC, Melissa enjoys spending time gardening and a playing a competitive game of soccer. Her favorite food is Catfish Tacos.

Victor Sibaja-Molina, Video Producer

Phone: (512) 223-8033
Location: Pinnacle Campus 213
Email: victor.sibaja-molina@austincc.edu

Victor Sibaja-Molina, Video Producer

Victor studied at the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Radio, Television, and Film studies. Professionally, Victor has built up a career with a focus on video production. He appreciates documentary filmmaking and sees it as the genre that best describes his video producing style. He especially enjoys partaking in creative brainstorming sessions, as well as editing together powerful narratives in post-production.

Victor began his professional career at KAKW - Univision Austin, where he served as Technical Director for local programming and news. He also worked at CORE Media Enterprises, where he collaborated with firms, nonprofits, and corporations to produce powerful and meaningful socially driven media. He began his career at ACC in 2013 as a Media Technology Specialist for Media Services, and discovered that higher education is where he wants to develop professionally. Currently, Victor is working on his Master of Education in Management of Technical Education, as he seeks to further his understanding of higher education systems.

Outside of ACC, Victor enjoys volunteering and producing short documentaries for socially driven organizations, spending quality time in the kitchen with his wife and kids, and keeping up with his plants at home.

Richard "Rich" Brown, Motion Graphics Designer

Phone: (512) 223-8004
Location: Pinnacle Campus 214
Email: rbrown4@austincc.edu

Richard "Rich" Brown, Motion Graphics Designer

Rich studied Film at the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a Bachelor of Science specializing in animation and visual effects. He enjoys directing and editing both live action and animation, as well as graphic design and traditional art. He has been studying 3D animation heavily since 2004, with a major focus on character animation and photorealism.

His work history ranges from producing educational content at the UT Nursing School's Multimedia Studio, to working directly under the Vice President of Digital Content Development for PBS in their New Media department. His most recent job was as an animator/graphic designer for UTOPIA, where we worked on a broad range of web-based learning modules.

"I hope to utilize my film background to enhance the productions at ACC by using the same software and techniques used by Hollywood feature films. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and learning from the experienced professionals here at ACC."