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Digital Photography Grad Jeff Frost Works on Trailer for "One Strange Planet"

By: Sheila Estaniel Filed under: Film & Production

February 7, 2018

Jeff Frost, who in 2011 earned an Associate of Science in Digital Photography from The Art Institute of California—Orange County, a campus of Argosy University recently shot images and worked in production for National Geographic Channel’s One Strange Rock trailer. The TV series documentary is directed by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky and features actor Will Smith. Astronauts are interviewed to give their unique perspectives on why Earth is teeming with life when it’s surrounded by the vastness of space.

The Art Institute of California—Orange County offers three programs in photography—a Bachelor of Science in Digital Photography, an Associate of Science in Digital Photography, and a Digital Image Management Diploma.

Learn more about careers in photography and what you can do with a photography degree by visiting The Art Institute of California—Orange County website to read alumni success stories and watch a video about the classroom experience.

One Strange Rock premieres on March 26, 2018. See the trailer here: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/one-strange-rock/videos/one-strange-rock-trailer.

Ai Orange County Digital Photography Grad Jeff Frost Works on Trailer for One Strange Planet

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