We couldn't do this film challenge without this great field of women alumni of our high school media programs. Thank you for giving your time and expertise to this project.
Vannessa Biggers is a local barista and video production student at the Art Institute of Seattle. I've been focused on media arts since a young age and found in leadership positions for various small media organizations. I've very much enjoyed competing in multiple festivals, and I actively pursue opportunities to teach those around me in both videography and still photography. Lately, I've been focusing on smaller-scale projects for clients and building my personal portfolio.
Baylee Sinner has been working professionally in the film industry for around 5 years. Before graduating she got her film knowledge from working 4 different internships in the creative field, making her own films, and doing a summer session at USC. Since graduating Baylee has worked for the Seattle Seahawks in their video department, and started her own company (Cole Peak Productions) doing work with the Special Olympics and other organizations. She currently works for Vossler Media Group as a directors/creative assistant.
My name is Kendra Fowler. I attended the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles, California from 2008 to 2010. My major was in Screenwriting. I currently work for a marine biologist, for who I edit videos of her marine animals that she takes to conferences she attends. Of my own projects I am working on right now is a Feature length Fantasy/Horror treatment I wrote in an alumni workshop through my school. I am also working on revising my thesis horror screenplay called Hollow. Both screenplays I hope, when finished, to direct and produce myself.
Hi! I'm Rachel! I am a sophomore at Azusa Pacific University working on my Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Cinematic Production, and I am also minoring in psychology. I made two films this semester for my production two class, the first I wrote and directed, the second, I produced and edited. I work at the film equipment center at school and I am also a paid visual intern for the admissions office doing videography. Anyways check out some of my work RachelChristinephotography.weebly.com
Denae McGaha is a recent Communications graduate from Pacific Lutheran University, Denae first was introduced to videography in her high school digital arts class. Originally using videography to tell the stories of her experiences studying abroad, she now is finding inspiration in daily life. You can find her refining the barista arts as she saves up money to move abroad and continue filmmaking in new and inspiring places. On her time off, she is always looking for ways to incorporate her love for music and travel into her creations. You can find examples of her work on her YouTube channel and blog.
Hi my name is Veronica. I was introduced to video in middle school, just mainly as a hobby at first but soon I fell in love with it. As I grew up I soon decided that this is what I want to do with my life. I am currently in the process of going to school to get my degree in videography and working on building up my portfolio with some small projects here and there. Check out some of my work: http://veronicabravenersportfolio.weebly.com. I competed in this challenge the first two years and am really excited to see it grow and am thankful to be apart of the journey.vb