Sophia Solomon is BFA Film Production major with a Political Science minor in the Honors Program at Emerson College. Prior to working on Market of Faith, Sophia has pursued her interest in media and the arts with an emphasis on political communication and cinematography. Her past work experiences include interning for Congresswoman Donna Edwards,the White House Communications New Media Department, and lighting and camera work for several student films. She is excited to work on a piece that incorporates both her heritage and her love of film.
Kerri Lines is a BFA Film Production major with a Photography minor in the Honors program at Emerson College. In addition to Market of Faith, she has worked on a number of student films, and is currently spending her third summer working at Cause & Effect, a production company in New York. In her time there she has worked on professional projects, included Emmy nominated commercials for Nickelodeon’s celebration of Black History Month, segments for the teaching library of the Harlem Village Academy Charter School, and “Playful Parent” spots for Nick Jr. She will graduate from Emerson in May 2012.
Yareli Morales is a Producing major at Emerson with a passion for production design,home and garden TV, social advocacy, Oprah Winfrey, and Disney. She currently works as a Resident Assistant and is a member of Kappa Gamma Chi, Emerson’s only professional sorority. Recently returned from a semester studying at the Kasteel Well in the Netherlands, she is even more excited about the prospect of being a part of the Los Angeles Program next spring. Next semester, she hopes to apply what she learns about agriculture during her time in Ethiopia to organic farming through the WWOOF Mexico program.
Max M. Coronel is a Media Studies major at Emerson College. Currently in his Junior year, Max proudly works as a Resident Assistant for the Office of Housing and Residence Life and runs Wax On Felt, Emerson’s student-organized record label. He hopes to one day work in artist management.
Born and raised in small beach community outside of Florida’s north east city, Jacksonville, Chase’s interest in film and media production sparked when he was accepted and enrolled into the city’s magnet art school Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. During his time at DA Chase got involved with a multitude of projects and was hired as a producer for the political and environmental production company Team Gaia, where the team would go on to produce an Emmy nominated documentary regarding climate change. Now currently a rising Junior at Emerson college, Chase carries with him the aspirations to be a successful producer and editor while accomplishing work that carries and holds positive influence.
Matt Lowe is a sophomore Film Production major back from a semester abroad at Emerson’s Kasteel Well. After a busy summer working on BFA films, Alter Ego (2nd AC, 2010) and Gem of the West (2nd AC, 2010), Matt got back into the film game at Emerson this semester, becoming the Co-President of Captured Emotion Documentaries and working on various student films, including the BA documentary, 10,000 Trees (CameraOperator, 2011). In addition to traveling to Ethiopia for Market of Faith this summer, he also hopes to finish a documentary about solar energy in Boston that he began with Captured Emotion last year. When not working on films, Matt enjoys playing Quidditch and riding his bike in Boston.
Auston, originally from the Boston area, is a Senior Film Production major at Emerson College. Although he is a production major, his skill set also extends deeply into the realm of post production. With previous documentary experience, he will be lending his talent as an editor on the Market of Faith project.