BA, M.Sc. (in progress)
Instructor, Motion Picture Arts Program
Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts
School of Motion Picture Arts - Motion Picture Arts Program
School of Motion Picture Arts
604.986.1911 ext. 7142
Bosa Building, room BC248
M.Sc., Southern New Hampshire University, in progress.
BA, Communications, Santa Clara University, 1992.
"I focus on a practical, hands-on teaching approach in my classroom. Allowing the students to learn and explore the creative and foundational skills required to be successful in post-production."
Andrea Klipp (BA, Santa Clara University, 1992) has been involved in the motion picture industry for nearly 30 years. As a principal at Big Red Barn Media Group, she oversaw post-production on hundreds of hours of documentary and factual television, along with corporate and government work.
Her work, principally as an editor and post supervisor, saw her deliver award-winning programming to broadcasters in North America and beyond. She also has practical experience as an on-set visual effects compositor, director, producer and business owner.
Klipp started teaching at Capilano University in 2011, becoming a full-time instructor the following year. She continues to enjoy sharing the knowledge she has gained, helping launch the next generation of post-production professionals.
After a long career as an editor, post facility manager and business owner, I am happy to share my experience with the next generation of content creators. I value the hands-on practical nature of the School of Motion Picture Arts program and incorporate that type of learning in my classroom.
I enjoy working closely with students, mentoring them through the editing process. I spent many years in various roles of post-production and enjoy sharing those experiences with students.