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Meagan Koleck is a visual artist and educator residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Koleck’s filmmaking and maker projects have been featured in HuffPost, Steel This Magazine, Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh City Paper, and The Pitt Magazine. She has presented her instructional design and 360-degree video work at national conferences and is credited at universities across the country. Koleck is the Production Supervisor of Steeltown Entertainment Project’s Youth Media program. Koleck also teaches video production courses at the University of Pittsburgh and previously taught video production at Point Park University and Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Koleck also freelances as a filmmaker, tutor, and media specialist.
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Our 2020 Interns
Dinah Kim is an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in film production. Dinah is passionate about making films that will interest people globally and films that could create a consensus among people.
Adia Perkins is an undergraduate at the University of Pittsburgh majoring in Chemistry and Filmmaking. She plans to use her film degree to make documentaries of the strides science is making to save the environment as well as the conservation of nature in industry practices. She also enjoys the a satirical and comedic production to lighten the woes of society.
Jake Clark is an undergraduate studying Media and Communication at Thiel College with a focus on film studies. He enjoys working on creative projects and is interested in videography and cinematography. He hopes to work in documentarian work focusing on nature and sustainable living.
Our 2019 Interns
Genna Edwards is an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in Film Studies and Fiction Writing. She is passionate about feminist media and LGBTQ+ representation.
Hyun Jin Yoon
Hyun Jin Yoon is a sophomore of screenwriting and filmmaking at the University of Pittsburgh. He is originally from South Korea and is currently living in Pittsburgh. He looks up to writers/filmmakers such as Barry Jenkins, Lynne Ramsay, Spike Jonze, Mike Mills, and Changdong Lee, who he describes as the younger generation of independent filmmakers with a commercial awareness.
Morgan Ward is a third year film student at La Roche College. Her passion lies in exploring emotion through experimental videos, as well as documenting everyday life. In the future, Morgan strives to obtain a career within film and digital media.
"I am Robb Witenski, a media studies and production student at Temple university, graduating in the spring of 2020. While my experience is short term, there is a lot to it. I have been editing for over 5 years, written a novel, been executive producer for a public broadcast television show, and worked on a multitude of projects from campaign and music videos to television shows and digital shorts. I live for media production, specifically the lighting and editing aspects."