Baylor Alumni in the Arts
Being involved in the arts at Baylor can lead to fulfilling careers and professions later in life. Our students have gone on after graduation to become not only working artists and sculptors, but architects, designers, filmmakers, educators – one even worked as a light technician for U2!
Head of Music Staff, Conductor
Theater Educator, Actress
Visual Effects and Animation Executive
Conservationist, Museum Owner
When George Mann says he prefers living off the land, he's not kidding. The wildlife museum...
Designer and Animator
What happens when you dream of working for Disney and end up with George Lucas?
Author, Memoirs of a Geisha
Arthur Golden's first novel, Memoirs of a Geisha, took the literary world by storm, and he's...
Poet, Author, Teacher
Dr. Coleman Barks '55 was 39 when he was first introduced to the work of the 13thcentury Persian poet, Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Balkhi, known to the English-speaking world as Rumi.
Track 29 entertainment co-owners, Adam Kinsey '98 and his wife, Monica, deserve a round of applause.
"Baylor had instilled the notion that I could do all the things on my to-do list."
If bass-baritone performer Seth Carico '00 hadn't been eager to impress a high school date, chances are he might not have become the international opera performer he is today.
Former Baylor Player and actress Lizzie Chazen '02 has returned to the local spotlight, sharing her considerable talent on the stage and behind the scenes at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
If you've been wondering what former Baylor Player John Michael Weatherly '98 has been up to lately, just check out Robert Redford's movie "The Conspirator," which opened nationwide in April starring Robin Penn Wright, James McAvoy, and Evan Rachel Wood.
Fesmire's book, "Nashville Skyline is a moving story of human weakness and redemption. Fueled by Southern history and classical mythology, Fesmire's story of Gabe Rutherford's journey will stir anyone who remembers the sting of a lost loved one or the heartbreak of lost love."
Bodley, who has "no wife, no kids, no pets, and no mortgage," jokes that he has performed in 8,000 bands...
Our goal with Eagle Ear is to continue to pursue our own music while we keep ourselves relevant. We find talent and help other artists reach their potential...
Although he didn't make the cut for a musical performance scene in the 1994 Baylor production of "The Grapes of Wrath," Morgan Jahnig '97 (pictured above on bass) has found his place in the spotlight...
As a member of the lighting crew for major rock and pop concerts for the last decade, Christopher Keene '97 has a unique perspective on the complexity of staging a mega-million dollar concert production...
Having performed with Opryland Productions eight years, Brandon Stansell '05 was already acquainted with the stage and well on his way to fulfilling a lifelong dream to be an entertainer when he was selected as a backup dancer for Taylor Swift's Fearless Tour.
Before Roy Fuller's interview for this profile, he made a list of Baylor teachers who had influenced him. "It's a long list," he warned. "What Baylor gave me was a confidence about myself and the world around me that I didn't have coming in."