Internationally recognized cinematographer Deland Nuse is the latest Professor to head up the UCLA Arts Camp Workshop in Digital Film. Deland holds an MFA from San Francisco State University and is a lecturer at the UCLA Film School teaching digital cinematography and film aesthetics. He has taught at Loyola Marymount University, and West Los Angeles College and was a guest lecturer at the Accademia Nazionale de Cinema in Bologna Italy. His professional cfredits include him as a director/ cinematographer with such features as Millenium Day, Cold Heat, Warbirds, The Chilling, and the documentary The Other Bridge. He has directed several shorts some of which have been involved with festivals has written many publications on Cinematography, Visual Perception and Special Visual Effects. Deland approaches his work from a story perspective and not just as a technician and his energy and creativity is infectious to new emerging talent.