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  • Reid Davenport | Department of Art & Art History
    George Washington University 2012 About Reid started his career in journalism as an undergraduate in Washington D C working for McClatchy Newspapers and Voice of America He focused primarily on print media during his first two years of college but became quickly enthralled in visual storytelling after a digital production class During his junior year Reid received the Luther Rice Collaborative Fellowship to travel to Western Europe and document the lack of physical accessibility for people with disabilities Along with a cameraman Reid spent three weeks in Europe and produced a 28 minute documentary entitled Wheelchair Diaries One Step Up The film has been shown at a dozen festivals and won Best Short Documentary at the 2013 Awareness Film Festival It has also gained national press attention from outlets like NPR and the Washington Post Reid was born and raised in Connecticut After receiving his B A in journalism he spent two years in D C covering campaign finance and technology While Reid is very interested in disability related policy he would like to branch out and explore other social issues He is also partial to sport documentaries Work A Cerebral Game Working Title Jun 2015 On Beat Mar 2015

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/reid-davenport (2015-06-02)
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  • Alexandra Swati Guild | Department of Art & Art History
    Monica Mountains Swati spent her childhood wandering coastal canyons mesmerized by the dappled light that crashed through the oak branches Her mother was an amateur photographer and not surprisingly Swati was attracted to the art of capturing light from an early age After completing an undergraduate degree in sociology she was drawn to documentary filmmaking as a tool to interrogate power and create connection through visual language Swati s previous film projects have taken her around the world where she has worked as a cinematographer producer and editor in collaboration with artists and activists on topics ranging from maternal health to community agro forestry Swati s work has been broadcast on Al Jazeera and Record TV Africa featured in film festivals and used by community groups to empower inform and agitate Informed by her interest in social inquiry and the cultural turn Swati aims to present the contradictions that animate our lives while asking questions that unsettle and disturb the narratives we take for granted A firm believer in the subjective and positional nature of reality Swati is interested in exploring the human condition and its inherent absurdities through her own queer lens Themes that Swati hopes to engage with

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/alexandra-swati-guild (2015-06-02)
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  • Lauren Knapp | Department of Art & Art History
    working in film television and radio since 2006 and has been broadcast on the PBS NewsHour PRI s The World WQED and The Allegheny Front In 2011 she moved to Ulaanbaatar Mongolia with the support of a Fulbright mtvU Fellowship where she researched and produced Live From UB 2014 a feature length documentary on rock music and national identity among Mongolia s urban youth She is currently pursuing an MFA

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/lauren-knapp (2015-06-02)
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  • Kadri Koop | Department of Art & Art History
    Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Kadri Koop Kadri Koop Documentary Film and Video About Born and raised in Estonia Kadri has spent all of her independent life studying and working in various parts of Europe and Asia Before starting graduate studies at Stanford she resided in Beijing where she worked for the documentary film production company Mandarin Film With her roles varying from fixer to production and camera assistant she helped to produce a series of short documentaries for the education company Cheng Tsui introducing learners of Mandarin Chinese to contemporary Chinese culture She also assisted with a variety of tasks in preparation for Matt Tyrnauer s upcoming feature documentary about the future of cities A Matter of Life And Death funded by the Rockefeller and Ford Foundations Simultaneously as a personal documentary project living among migrant workers in a Beijing hútong community over the course of a year she explored street workers relationship with work Work The Crossing Working Title Jun 2015 I am Ayotzinapa Mar 2015 Monumenting Dec 2014 Contact Email kadri stanford edu About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/kadri-koop (2015-06-02)
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  • C.S. Ward | Department of Art & Art History
    Studios New Venues in 2015 C S Ward C S Ward Documentary Film and Video About Chris is a writer and documentary filmmaker from Philadelphia PA His short film Trashcanland premiered at the Independent Film Festival of Boston in 2014 His other films have screened extensively throughout the US and Canada Chris has worked as an editor director of photography and producer for TedX Fight for the Future Mt Holyoke College Haverford College Wizards of the Coast and Sub Pop Records In addition to his video work Chris has a Master of Fine Arts from the Program for Poets and Writers at the University Massachusetts Amherst and has taught composition graphic novel and creative writing courses there as well as Widener University and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia His work has appeared in journals such as American Letters and Commentary Jubilat Leveler Bateau and Flying Object online Chris comes to documentary filmmaking looking to tell unconventional stories through lyrical means His interests include archaic technologies and essay films Work Some Forgotten Calculation Working Title Jun 2015 Science for the Masses Mar 2015 Hazzard s Cure Dec 2014 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/cs-ward (2015-06-02)
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  • Cheng Zhang | Department of Art & Art History
    SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Cheng Zhang Cheng Zhang Documentary Film and Video About Cheng grew up in China and graduated from Wuyuzhang Honors College of Sichuan University with a Bachelor s Degree in Environmental Science and Engineering in 2011 During her time in the MS program on Rangeland Management at Peking University from 2011 to 2014 she did massive interviews with herders from Inner Mongolia Xinjiang and Sichuan Province and developed her research skills At the same time she followed her passion in visual story telling and played essential part in two films produced by the student film production association in Peking University a feature length film A Hundred Years Waiting which is based on the combination of the historical events of Peking University and the contemporary campus romance and a documentary film The Coal Miner s Little Dreams on the work and life of a coal miner in Taiyuan Shanxi Province Work A Distant Reflection Working Title Jun 2015 On Beat Mar 2015 Life of Zili Dec 2014 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/cheng-zhang (2015-06-02)
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  • Catharine Axley | Department of Art & Art History
    2015 Catharine Axley Catharine Axley Documentary Film and Video About Catharine Axley is an emerging filmmaker whose films have received recognition at festivals across the country including DOC NYC the United Nations Association Film Festival Mill Valley Film Festival Real to Reel International Film Festival and the Harlem International Film Festival Axley was Associate Producer Line Producer Assistant Editor on Morgenthau which aired on WNET Channel 13 in 2014 She is currently finishing her final year in the MFA Documentary Film Video program at Stanford University Her short Counting the Dead was selected as a Regional Finalist for the 2014 Student Academy Awards Axley received a BA in History and Ethnicity Race Migration from Yale University and lives in the Bay Area SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS The Breitrose Awards by The Enersen Foundation 2015 Work Attla Working Title Jun 2015 In Port Jun 2014 Balancing Act Mar 2014 Counting the Dead Dec 2013 Related News Sep 26 2014 MFA Documentary Film Students to Show Films at UNAFF 2014 The Department of Art Art History is pleased to announce that nine students and alumni of the Documentary Film Video Program will present their documentary films About Department Overview People Works Contact Website

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/catharine-axley (2015-06-02)
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  • Chris Giamo | Department of Art & Art History
    Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Chris Giamo Chris Giamo Documentary Film and Video About Chris Giamo grew up in Indiana and studied anthropology at the University of Notre Dame He has since received an M A in Documentary Film and History from Syracuse University Chris has a interest in human rights and independence movements and has conducted extensive fieldwork within Sikh and Kashmiri communities in Canada England and India In 2010 Chris traveled to Kashmir and filmed In Shopian which covers a double murder case amidst the civil uprisings in the capital Srinagar During 2011 Chris was commissioned to document Syracuse University s Together Liberia project in Monrovia where he also filmed Nasseman a short film tracing the life of Liberia s leading reggae artist against the backdrop of the civil wars Most recently Chris finished The County a documentary about Maine s most northern borderland Aroostook SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS The Breitrose Awards by The Enersen Foundation 2015 Work Blue Star Working Title Jun 2015 Preserve Jun 2014 Andy s Youth Mar 2014 New Mission Dec 2013 About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/people/chris-giamo (2015-06-02)
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