- Danny Ledonne is an adjunct professor of Film and Media Arts. He is a filmmaker, teacher, and graduate of American University's MFA film/electronic media program. Working closely with the Center for Environmental Filmmaking, Ledonne has brought his passion for media production to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the District Department of the Environment, PBS, LinkTV, and many more. Ledonne has taught media production for many traditional and non-traditional academic programs, including summer enrichment courses for children and adults as well as field production work in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Florida Keys, and Maryland's Locust Grove Nature Center.
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