President and Founder
Glenn has been on the cutting edge of new media throughout his more than 30-year career. His tenure as a writer, producer and executive producer at CNN in Atlanta spanned the early rise of now iconic station. In 1986, Glenn led the launch of the first 24-hour regional news channel in the country at News 12 Long Island. As a senior executive producer, Glenn brought franchisees, branding and cross-promotional innovations to the regional market. Under his tenure, News 12 became a multi-award-winning station. Glenn earned his first Emmy Award in 1990.
In the 1990s Glenn served as the first senior producer and managing editor of NBC’s overnight newscast, NBC News Nightside. He was also the first senior producer of special projects for MSNBC. In that role, he traveled the world producing and managing news production around historical events as they unfolded including Princess Diana’s funeral, Mother Teresa’s funeral, Democratic and Republican national conventions, presidential candidate debates, Pope John Paul II’s 1998 visit to Cuba and space shuttle launches.
Glenn transitioned from TV news to webcasting in 2000 as a manager for MindBlazer, Inc. where he produced a first-of-its-kind webcast series on wireless technology for the company’s major client, KPMG Consulting. He went on to become executive producer and senior project manager at the Charlotte, N.C., based company, supporting clients including American Express, Intel, Compaq, Yahoo!, Cisco and Deutsche Bank.
In 2002, Glenn fulfilled a life-long dream and launched Full Scale Productions, Inc., a turn-key video production company known for its unique digital communications solutions that help clients convey their story with clarity and impact.
Operations Director and Senior Editor
As senior editor and director of photography, Karl is responsible for production and post-production quality processes and technology management across the company. Karl’s wide-ranging knowledge and skills in computer graphics and image processing paired with his passion for cameras led him to video production after a decade-long career as an entrepreneur. His boutique design firm, Pixelfab Studios, based in Charlotte, N.C., specialized in motion design and 3D rendering. Karl studied history, philosophy and religion at Appalachian State and proudly cheered on the Mountaineers in 2007 during the most thrilling collegiate upset of all time. You know the one.
Colleen Dugan is FSP’s invaluable in-house accountant, who brings clarity to the financial aspect of the business so the creative team can make their wild and crazy ideas come true. Colleen has been number-crunching since High School, and earned a B.S. in Accounting and A.S. in Computer Systems Management from Johnson and Wales University Providence. When she’s not organizing teenager, dog, and chicken schedules with spreadsheet-level acumen, she loves to escape to the mountains to hike.
Editor and Camera Operator
Mason is an award-winning filmmaker whose expertise spans all aspects of video and digital media production. His documentary short, BrocKINGton, about the life of a transgender student, won Best Documentary Short at OUTFest (2015) and at the Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (2014). Mason supplies the FSP team super-fast editing skills and flawless scheduling for multi-day shoots, always with a customer-centric focus. He’s a 2014 graduate of Elon University, where he studied film, video and digital media and was involved in various leadership roles on campus including as founder of an interfaith student organization, Better Together, and the first Jewish fraternity on campus. He’s also FSP’s resident expert in Middle Eastern cuisine.
Taylor brings a fresh perspective for capturing stories to the company’s documentary, commercial work, and special projects. She is officially FSP’s production assistant but her talents allow her to do so much more.
Her passion for movies and photography led her to study film and journalism at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where she was head photographer of the student-led Association of Campus Entertainment. Taylor's directorial and editorial work on the documentary short, Starting Again, was presented at RiverRun International Film Festival’s Pitch Fest, and was selected for screening at the All American High School Film Festival in New York City. She also participated in the 2016 Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project as a director, leading a crew of 15 people. More recently, she served as researcher and opening night premiere event organizer for FSP's first feature-length documentary, Jewish American Soldiers: Stories from WWII, which has since aired on PBS stations nationwide.
When she’s not framing the perfect shot, you can find her volunteering with the Carolina Film Community, Charlotte Film Society, and Charlotte Film Festival, or kicking back on the North Carolina coast.