Phoebe JudgePhoebe Judge is the co-creator and host of Criminal and is a host at WUNC North Carolina Public Radio. She was a producer and on-air contributor for The Story with Dick Gordon, and before that she reported from the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. She covered the BP oil spill and Hurricane Katrina for Mississippi Public Radio and NPR. Phoebe's work has won multiple Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press awards. She attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Dan ArcherDan Archer is a graphic journalist who uses comics and immersive storytelling to report on human rights issues in situations where video or photographic equipment is inappropriate or, at worst, traumatic for those involved.Archer was a 2014-2015 RJI Fellow and a 2011 Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University, where he also taught nonfiction graphic novel writing from 2008 to 2014. His current work explores the crossover of interactive comics with transmedia storytelling and virtual reality. His work has been published by the BBC, CBC, Vice magazine, Fusion, San Francisco Public Press, American Public Media, Truthout and PBS.
eteamSince 2001 eteam (Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger) traffic in transience. At the intersection of relational aesthetics, the Internet and land art, eteam coordinates collective happenings and conceptual transactions between the earthly plane and the realms of the interweb, often reconstructed in hypnotic video work, radio plays, or more recently novellas. Their projects have been featured at PS1 NY, MUMOK Vienna, Centre Pompidou Paris, Transmediale Berlin, Taiwan International Documentary Festival, New York Video Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, the 11th Biennale of Moving Images in Geneva, and the International Film Festival Rotterdam, among others.eteam has received grants from Art in General, NYSCA, Rhizome, Creative Capital and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and were residents at the CLUI, Eyebeam, Smack Mellon, Yaddo and the Mac Dowell Colony.
Suey ParkSuey Park is an activist and writer based in Chicago. She gained prominence through her #CancelColbert and #NotYour AsianSidekick hashtags, and is now working on her first book #TweetPrayLove. She is widely known for her Asian American feminist activism through social media.
Jesse KrissJesse Kriss designs and builds tools for artists, citizens and scientists. His past work includes Many Eyes, a the collaborative visualization platform, at IBM Research, tools for artists and performers at Figure 53, makers of QLab, and web platforms for online organizing and voter protection on the Obama 2012 tech team. He is also the creator of MaxLink, free software connecting Processing and Max/MSP as well as several music-related visualizations including the History of Sampling and Visual Scratch. He currently works in the Human Interfaces Group at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, designing and developing tools for space mission operations, spacecraft systems engineering, and Earth science, while practicing and promoting user centered design. Jesse holds a Master's in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University, and BA in Music from Carleton College.
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