Clayton Van Huss
JJJ Museum Assistant Director, TBS Student Services Coordinator, TBS Student
Associate of Arts (1995), The Academy of Arts Christian College
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a minor in Radio, Television, and Film (2013), East Tennessee State University
Master of Arts in Biblical History and Archaeology (in process), The Bible Seminary
Born on the island of Okinawa, Japan and raised in communities across the U.S. during his father’s military service until they settled in northeast Tennessee, Clayton holds a B.A. in Theatre from East Tennessee State University with a minor in Radio, Television, and Film. He also earned an A.A. in Dramatic Production from The Academy of Arts Christian College located in Taylors, South Carolina. Clayton recently worked with Refuge Media to produce several Christian films, including The Brothers' Christmas, 1517 The Flame Rekindled, Born in a Stable, and Goodwill to Men. He is now following the path given by the Lord to The Bible Seminary in Katy, Texas where he is working toward an M.A. in Biblical History & Archaeology.