MHP welcomes three Spring 2011 interns

For the spring semester, Meridian Hill Pictures is excited to bring three talented interns to our team to work on a variety of production, post-production, development and outreach projects.

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Dan Neumann

Dan is a native of Illinois with a background in community journalism.  After working as a newspaper reporter in Colorado he traveled with the Peace Corps to West Africa where he worked with small pastoralist communities on grassroots agriculture projects.  He then went on to Uganda where he got involved with rights groups interested in forced migration, justice and conflict resolution.  There he produced print and video reports for news and advocacy campaigns as well as two independent documentaries, “Getting Out” and “Gender Against Men.”

Dan is new to DC and is excited to be learning about a new city. He enjoys gardening, basketball, and has been to the Air & Space Museum more times than he should probably admit.

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Lexi Fearon

Lexi Fearon is originally from Savannah, GA and is completing her last year at the Catholic University of America. Upon receiving her degree in Media Studies, Lexi hopes to pursue a career in creative direction. Her past experiences include interning with Women in Film and Video, working on the Film Grrrl Love and Revolution: Riot Grrrl NYC, as well as freelance production assisting. Her interests lie primarily in documentary based projects. She enjoys photography, cooking, and traveling.

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Laura Rose

Laura Rose graduated from American University with a major in Visual Media and a minor in Screenwriting. She has spent her career delving into every aspect of media production from camera work, project development, lighting, web design, and social media marketing, just to name a few. Some highlights include serving as a Casting Assistant for Below the Beltways Productions, a Production Manager for Ticking Sands Productions, as well as, working with with Share Our Strength, a non-profit looking to end childhood hunger by 2015, on two separate occasions.

Originally from Texas, Laura won a regional medal in Digital Media Production through Business Professionals of America, in 2006. She also created videos through China United Methodist Church, which raised money for Hurricane Rita recovery, the non-profit Nothing But Nets, and the Buckner Children Center. Concurrently while working with Meridian Hill Pictures she has been serving as a Production Assistant with Crystal City Entertainment working on documentaries and narratives alike. For the past three years, she has developed her passion for story telling, writing feature length scripts based in the historical action adventure genre.

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