Studio 409 President
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Bryan Moran is the President of BPHS’ Studio 409 Club, the school’s video production club. Bryan is currently a senior at Baldwin Park High School.
His duties as president are to organize the brunch workshops, edit and review everyone’s videos, organize fundraising events, and recruit new members. His club makes videos for the school. Some movies that they made include BPHS plays the Axe of Murder, Bye Bye Birdie, and Hello Dolly, as well as a promo for the 8th grade orientation.
Bryan joined the club because of his interest in video after winning 3rd place in the film festival. Mr. Appleby, the club’s advisor, introduced him to the club. When asked why he wanted to be the president, Bryan answered, “I wanted to be president because I always liked filmmaking and I thought it would be a great experience and great addition to my college applications.” He continued, “It really fills up my free time and gives me the resources and training as if I worked in a real video production company.”
Bryan also enjoys incorporating video on the Vanguard website (bphsvanguard.com) by making videos called “Man on the Street,” which is a series in which he asks fellow Braves various questions.
In his free time, Bryan enjoys playing tennis. Along with being President of Studio 409 Club, he is the vice president of the Film Committee, vice president of the Vanguard Club, a Key Club member and is the captain of the varsity tennis team. After high school, Bryan plans on going to a four-year college and take an internship in video editing to get a step in the movie business.
“I really enjoy what I do and I’m really passionate about film. My goal is to leave the club with a solid foundation for next year’s members,” he commented.