Jan

16

MFA|EDA Kristin Bedford (’14) Photo News

Two recent posts regarding Class of 2014 alumna Kristin Bedford and her work:   New York Times – Lens: The photographer Kristin Bedford trekked through the sweltering summer streets of Philadelphia in 2013, looking for remnants of forgotten religions. In college, as a religious studies major, she’d been influenced by Arthur Fauset’s 1944 book “Black […]

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Jan

15

MFA|EDA Michaela O’Brien (’16) Film Project News

Confessions of the Boston Strangler, a two-hour documentary special, premiered on December 29th, 2014 as Investigation Discovery Films’ highest performing debut to date. The film follows the hunt for an elusive serial killer, accused of murdering 13 women in the Greater Boston Area during the 1960s. Class of 2016 MFA|EDA Michaela O’Brien was the Associate Producer, Production […]

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Jan

06

MFA|EDA Matthew Cicanese (’15) Photo News

Congratulations to MFA|EDA Class of 2015 Matthew Cicanese on a busy and noteworthy winter so far: ● Named a 2015 North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) Summit Scholar ● Awarded First Place in the Judge’s Choice Awards: Duke Gardens Contest ● Awarded Top Three in 2015 Duke Forest Annual Photography Competition ● Awarded Second Place in […]

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Jan

02

MFA|EDA Alumni News: Year-End Round-Up

Dispatches from near and far: Runa A (Class of 2014) ● Works for the United Nations Department of Public Information, UNTV, as a video editor, completing works such as Saving Pacific’s Tuna, #Climate2014 Questions, and United Nation Interns. ● Worked for the 69th General Assembly of the UN as a liaison between the UN Media Accreditation and Liaison […]

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