Adjunct Professor in Digital Media Arts Film
Kelly Lynch began his relationship with the university in 2008 when he brought a real life steam engine train to the set of student film “Nero Bloom”. From 2010-12, he served as the DMA Studio supervisor and Equipment Cage manager.
Today Kelly serves at a primary instructor for the cinematography and lighting courses within the dept. Kelly also runs his own film production company, Lynchpin Creative: www.lynchpincreative.co, which utilizes students from our program in many of his productions.
Lynch is an accomplished independent filmmaker from Spencerville, Ind., and attended the New York Film Academy and Columbia College for his film education. He has worked for Apple, CBS, NBC/Universal and the History Channel and is the railroad transportation coordinator for motion pictures with the Indiana Film Commission. He is active in regional arts, culture, and development projects in Fort Wayne with his company Lynchpin Creative.