Shine America Ups Schulz, Campbell To VPs
Dave Schulz today was been named vice president of production and Chris Campbell vice president of post production at Shine America, it was announced today by Linda Giambrone, SVP-head of production, Shine America, to whom they both report.
Schulz will continue to oversee day-to-day production across Shine America’s properties and development slate, including the upcoming Oxygen series The Face. Campbell will continue to oversee all day-to-day post production activities for the company.
Schulz, who has been with Shine America since 2009, was formerly executive director, production. Before joining Shine America, Schulz worked as both a producer and assistant director on a variety of docu-series, make-over and competition reality programs for networks including MTV, TLC, Showtime, Style Network and Disney.
Adding to his work in reality television, Schulz has produced and directed independent feature films and documentaries including the award-winning Cult Of Personality about the first mayoral election in post-Katrina New Orleans.
Prior to producing independent films, Schulz was director of operations for the boutique film production and international sales company Dream Entertainment and a recording engineer for King Sound. Schulz is also a member of the Directors Guild of America and Producers Guild of America, as well as a voice-over artist.
Campbell, who first joined Shine America as executive in charge of post production last September, oversees post production efforts for all series. Previously, Campbell was executive in charge of post production for Mark Burnett Productions. His credits include hit series Survivor, The Apprentice, The Contender and Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader.
Campbell has co-produced concepts for a variety of major cable networks including: ESPN, MTV, History, TV Land, Spike and TNT. Campbell oversaw Tournament of Contenders, Bully Beatdown, Expedition: Africa and Wedding Day.
During his time at Mark Burnett Productions, Campbell was president of Malibu Road Post, Inc., where he created an in-house equipment rental business for Mark Burnett Productions and generated $10 million in revenue.
Campbell began his career in scripted, eventually working as the post production supervisor for the critically acclaimed series Freaks and Geeks.
Campbell received his Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. He is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America.