CAMS Grad Linnea Bullion, now a Los Angeles-based photographer, recently had ten of her photos featured in Bitchslap Magazine, a Copenhagen-based alternative culture-skateboarding magazine with a global circulation.
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28 January 2016
CAMS alum Brit Fryer ’15 has been invited to Sundance as an Ignite Fellow on the strength of his CAMS comps film Trans-ience, an experimental short that explores his experience as a trans man.
18 January 2016
CAMS grad John Maworter ’10 earned an MFA in Digital Art and New Media from UC-Santa Cruz in 2014, where he focused on game design.
10 November 2015
26 May 2015
Since graduating from Carleton in 2009, CAMS major Andrew Tatge has done a little bit of everything. He will be pursuing a Masters of Science in Human Computer Interaction Design at Indiana University this Fall.
18 May 2015
During his senior year at Carleton, CAMS alum Chris Baur produced a sound studies-oriented comps project, Arb Sonics.
17 May 2015
CAMS grad Megan Hafner is on a three-month road-trip across the US to meet with representatives from community-based organizations and interview them about the challenges facing cities and towns today.
15 April 2015
The generosity of Carleton alums knows no bounds. The CAMS community recently met with various alums willing to share their expertise, offer career advice, and engage in collective strategizing about how to create internship and other career opportunities for students.
6 January 2015
After graduating from Carleton in 2011, CAMS major Sung Hyo Kim (Hyo) returned to his home country of South Korea to complete his mandatory national service.
1 November 2014
CAMS grad Diana Fraser’s senior comps film, The Little Things, has been accepted to the short film competition of Film Festival Flix.
8 October 2014
A serial killer is on the loose in the area. Two girls pick up a mysterious hitchhiker in the desert. But who should be afraid of whom? This is the premise for Trunk Space, a short film, written and to be directed by Max Silver ’11 and produced by Rachel Sklar ’11.