Alumnus Josh Selander has taught lighting technology for the School of Design & Production since 2015. He has programmed and integrated lighting for industry events, and has taught courses in new technology, system integration, moving light programming and show control.
- Field service engineer for Electronic Theatre Controls since 2007
- Has worked as a moving light programmer for Broadway productions "Jekyll and Hyde," "American Idiot" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It," Cirque du Soleil’s "Zumanity"and "HA: The Breath of Life" at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii
- Advance assistant electrician for the first national tour of "Wicked" since 2007
- Lighting programmer for Criss Angel’s Mindfreak Live! at the Luxor Resort and Casino in Las Vegas
B.F.A. Lighting TechnologyUNC School of the Arts