Sarah Hogencamp, M.F.A. – Asbury University
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Associate Professor

Department: Media, Journalism & Digital Storytelling

Office: Miller 249

Phone Extension: 2540

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Biographical Information

Sarah Leckie Hogencamp joined the faculty of Asbury University in 2013 after 10 years of traveling the world as a documentary filmmaker. She traveled to more than 30 countries with One Mission Society as well as ran her own production company on the side.

Sarah currently teaches both undergrad and graduate versions of Cinematography, Underwater Cinematography, Documentary Filmmaking, Editing, Film Aesthetics, and Faith, Media and Calling.

Sarah has shot 7 feature films, countless documentaries and various other forms of media. She has worked with amazing collaborators such as Doug SmartJohn DeCuir, Jr.Anson WilliamsNicole BaerNancy Stafford and Ryn Oostman.

Sarah has taken students to shoot a documentaries in South and Central America, to create news packages at the Olympics in Rio and Russia, to shoot under water films in Cozumel, Mexico and to participate in the Sundance Film Festival. Most recently she worked with the team that create the Emmy Winning Superbowl production in LA in which the LA Rams conquered the Cincinnati Bengals. 

Sarah has won various awards including nominations for several Emmys.


  • MFA in Digital Cinema Production, National University (2014)
  • B.A. in Media Communication, Asbury University (2003)

Courses Offered

  • Cinematography & Lighting
  • Underwater Cinematography
  • Advanced Cinematography & Lighting
  • Editing Theory & Practice
  • Deconstructing the Documentary
  • Documentary Filmmaking
  • Faith, Media & Calling
  • Film Aesthetics
  • Feature Length Film Production

Selected/Recent Works

Line Producer. Divinity School Murders, trailer (2019), directed by Nicole Baer. 

Director of Photography. Damaged Goods, feature film (2021), directed by Nancy Stafford and Ryn Oostman

Director of Photography. Underground:Documentary on Sex Trafficking, documentary (2020)

Associate Producer. Divinity School Murders, TV series sizzle reel (2019), directed by Nicole Baer

Audio Engineer/Editor. The Income Replacement Formula (audio book). (2018)

Producer/Director/Editor. Emmaus Biblical Seminary Documentary. (2017)

Producer/DP. Spaceship Asbury Commercial.  (2017)

Producer. Lucid Arts Concert Series. (2017)

Director of Photography. Nazareth, TV Pilot, director Anson Williams. (2016)

Director/Producer of The Judge, teaching series by Ron Ball (2015)

Director of Photography. Faith, Love & Chocolate, feature film written and directed by Jeff Day (Summer 2015)

Producer/Director/DP of Despues, documentary (2013-2014)

Producer/Director/DP of Growing Appalachian Leaders, documentary for Education Department (2013)


Helping Students Find Meaningful Work After Graduation. UFVA Conference with Sam Kauffman from Boston University. (2019)

How to Teach Multicamera Production. BEA Conference. (2018)

Creating an International Filmmaking Experience. UFVA Conference with Sam Kauffman from Boston University. (2017)

Old Story, New Method, presented at the UFVA conference with Sam Kauffman from Boston University. (2016)

Filming in the Developing World, presented at the UFVA conference with Sam Kauffman from Boston University. (2015)

Current research/scholarship

POV Storytelling Booklet, published by the International Olympic Committee in Lusanne, Switzerland, published in both French and English (2014)

Article published in Television Production Handbook, which is the top selling TV handbook in Europe and China 

“STATS SportsVu Data Tracking.” Matt Hogencamp (Co-author). April 2016.

“STATS Prozone Performance Analysis.” Matt Hogencamp (Co-author). April 2016. 

“STATS Sports Data Feed.” Matt Hogencamp (Co-author). April 2016.

Future of Sports in America. Co-author: Matt Hogencamp. Feb 2016. Publisher: STATS. March, 2016.


UFVA member

BEA member

Emmy Member, Ohio Valley Chapter

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