Yasmine “Yaz” Holloway, Class of 2014, is a recent Film and Media Studies graduate and a very familiar face at the DMC. Skilled in a variety of media, Yasmine has completed projects involving video, studio drawing, cartooning, and graphic design. Her projects often leap between “analog” and “digital” — bringing
Alongside all of her academic work, JHU student Jessica Noviello created a feature length documentary called Behind the Bones: The Status of Modern Paleontology Research in the United States. Watch the full movie here. Jessica tells more about the project: “It was filmed using a Sony Handycam HDR CX290 and
In addition to being a full time student at JHU, Isaach Majid has also shot, promoted and screened a feature length film! Isaach worked at the DMC editing, making DVD cover art and burning disks. The title of his film is “The Quranicles: Trial of Contrition”. it wasn’t until
Stephanie Smith is entering graduate school in the fall at the University of Washington, studying biological sciences, specifically mammalian paleontology. She graduated from Johns Hopkins with a B.A. in biology in May, and worked at the Digital Media Center for four years. Mostly, though, she just likes to draw pictures
Art History major Bianca Biberaj designed the exhibition catalog for Unframed: Art of the Arab Spring. “In my Museums and Society class, Exhibiting the Global, our final project was to conceptualize and design our own exhibition on a topic of our choice. I wanted to choose a topic that had
Vi Nguyen, a Junior Biology/Psychology Double Major, is a frequent patron of the Digital Media Center. She enjoys nature and landscape photography. Vi’s interest in photography is aided by the large selection of camera equipment at the DMC. Vi’s latest photography is shown to the right.