Music Maker’s interns keep us moving this summer!

inNewson July 26, 2012

Summer 2012, Music Maker had four great interns helping with the daily operations in the office.

Jeremy Johnston, a rising Junior at Hampshire College, is a Film and Video major and worked primarily on the audio archive at the Music Maker office.

Michael Capodiferro, also a rising Junior at Hampshire College, is studying Dramatic Writing, and worked on writing projects such as press releases and a short story on the life of a Music Maker artist.

Maggie Morrissey, a recent graduate of UNC in Public Policy, will be attending NC State in the Fall for a Master’s in Public Administration. She helped coordinate Music Maker artists’ involvement in the JFA’s Jazz in the Schools and designed the new Henry Byrd CD.

Matt Dailey, a second year Masters student at UNC Chapel Hill in Library Science and returning MMRF intern worked on the audio archive, while using Music Maker’s archive as a case study for his Master’s thesis.

Thanks for all your help and good luck to you all!

(Michael Capodiferro, Captain Luke, and Cornelius Lewis are pictured.)

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