A Conversation with Writer/Producer Jeff Vlaming
The Television department is thrilled to have such an incredibly talented person like Jeff Vlaming on our campus. He is scheduled to be here the week of February 18 and will be visiting many classes speaking with students and ending the week with what everyone is looking forward to, our very special Box Lunch mixed with Q&A event; A Conversation with Writer/Producer Jeff Vlaming, Moderated by TV Department Associate Chair, Sharon Ross. This will give students (and faculty) a chance to hear even more in depth information about Jeff and ask him questions they are dying to know about his extensive work history. This event will take place on Thursday, Feb 21 in Studio A, where lunch will be served first at 11:30 am with the event starting going from noon to 1pm. This is sure to fill up so make sure you get there early to get a seat!
A little about Jeff Vlaming:
Jeff Vlaming (sometimes credited as Jeffrey Vlaming) is an American television Writer and Producer. He has worked on numerous series throughout the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. Such series as: The X-Files, Xena: The Warrior Princess, Battlestar Galactica, Northern Exposure, NCIS, Numb3rs, Fringe, and Teen Wolf. In 1994, Vlaming moved to the USA series Weird Science where he wrote 13 episodes,
In Fall 1995, he joined the writing staff for the third season of the FOX drama The X-Files. From there he wrote on the last season of ABC's Lois & Clark, the WB series Rescue 77, and the FOX reality series Murder in Small Town X.
In 2000, Vlaming moved to New York City to write for the Glen Gordon Caron series FLinG. Though the romantic mystery series never aired, Vlaming's episode starred the late monologist Spalding Gray. Back in Los Angeles, Vlaming was a writer-producer on the FOX series Keen Eddie and CBS's NCIS. He then moved on to write for USA's American remake of the English crime drama Touching Evil.
After writing three scripts for SyFy's Battlestar Galactica, Vlaming joined the CW series Reaper as a supervising producer for its two-year stint.
In 2009, he joined the second season of the FOX science-fiction series Fringe as a writer and supervising producer. He departed from the show at the end of the season. Episodes he contributed to include: "Earthling" (co-written by co-show-runner J.H. Wyman), "What Lies Below", and "White Tulip" (co-written with Wyman).
He wrote a freelance episode of Stargate Universe, "Human", for which series star Robert Carlyle received a Gemini Award.
In 2011, Vlaming joined the staff of MTV's re-imagining of Teen Wolf as a Co-executive producer and writer.
He is also the creator and manager of the blog VLAM-INK, which is a collection of his work, including drawings and writings.