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Michelle Kirstin Snow

Michelle Kirstin Snow is a creative-nonfiction writer, digital video creative designer, and screenwriter. Her creations find the stories behind the new trends and technologies, and manifests digital insight-driven narratives that represent the revolutionary thought process and habits in contemporary existence. She has worked for the Clio Award-winning classical composer, Robert Miller, articulating his creative vision in written treatments and assisting him as he created the soundtrack for Journey to the Stars exhibition at the Hayden Planetarium in New York City’s Museum of Natural History. She has also contributed to documentarian Scott Kirschenbaum’s film works: You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t and A Soapbox in Haiti, and designed the films’ websites. Michelle has applied her digital expertise to building an online presence for the venerable Yale University Press and has been a blog-Contributor to Paper Magazine and Print Designer for n+1 and has also provided creative guidance on the script and online presence for New York International Fringe Festival show I <3 Revolution. She is also a frequent collaborator with avant-garde puppet theater troupe Piehole, designing written and printed marketing materials for their works. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brown University with a degree in Modern Culture & Media and is currently a Copywriter at R/GA Studio, the leading global interactive advertising agency in New York City where she regularly interviews leading industry thinkers as well as Digital Creatives and crafting compelling videos out of their conversations.

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do it (short) Launch at agnès b.

Monday, May 5 7pm-9pm agnès b. 50 Howard St. (between Mercer and Broadway) New York, NY 10013 Map On Monday, May 5 at agnès b. in Soho, ICI and friends celebrated the film launch of do it (short). do it is a call for action… To activate the world’s largest and most far-reaching art project. […]

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