Chris Robeck


Jarah Moesch was my supervisor on the Smithsonian ARG project and has been my mentor and someone whom I look up to immensely. She can vouch for my work ethic, my creativity, ability to organize teams, and people. She herself has done incredible work with film, event planning and education. She now works with the University of Maryland, and I know her specifically through the Digital Cultures and Creativity honors program. She can be reached most effectively by calling the Digital Cultures and Creativity offices 301.405.2866 and asking for her.

Hasan Elahi is an interdisciplinary artist whose work examines issues of surveillance, transport, borders, and frontiers. His work has been presented in numerous exhibitions at venues such as SITE Santa Fe, Centre Georges Pompidou, Sundance Film Festival, Kassel Kulturbahnhof, The Hermitage, and at the Venice Biennale. He now teaches classes at the University of Maryland. He has taught me an incredibly great deal and has worked tirelessly to bring into being my dreams and the dreams of the entire Digital Cultures and Communities class. He has been my professor in digital storytelling. He can also be reached by calling the Digital Cultures and Creativity offices at  301.405.2866

Leigh Wilson Smiley has been the Director of the School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies (TDPS) since 2013. She has also been my professor in a voice archetypes class. She took a special interest in me and even asked me to help her with her personal project an archive for visual records of accents and where they came from. She can vouch for my performance ability and my abilities working with actors. She can be reached by calling her number 301.405.6691