Garrey C. Dunn, Jr. balances his work life between his family history business and his pursuits in video production. After thirty years in the Information Technology field, he went back to school to receive the training necessary to produce top quality, documentary style videos in order to start a new business helping people capture their family histories. After becoming involved in making films at school, he has decided to also work on freelance projects in addition to making family history documentaries.
While in school, he was consistently on the Dean's List and attained perfect attendance almost every semester. He was awarded the Departmental Scholarship for academic exellence and departmental involvement. He also received the Mildred M. Kelley scholarship for academic exellence and service to his fellow students.
Aside from his academic achievements, he began making a name for himself as a filmmaker while in school. He wrote, produced, directed, and edited several short films, including the thriller "Night Rider". He also wrote and acted in "Death Bed", which was nominated for several awards at the AI Dallas Horrorfest Film Race competition. He went on to write, produce, direct, and edit multiple public service announcements and has created several promotional videos.
He is currently preparing to enter preproduction on a short film that will be entered in several film festivals.