Stacey O. Irwin, Ph.D., Professor, Millersville University
Stacey is a professor in the Department of Communication and Theatre at Millersville University near Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She has been producing visual and audio work for twenty-six years professionally, since her first college internship. She has taught all kinds of media production courses for eighteen years at two different universities. For a complete understanding of her skill set and experience please see http://millersville.academia.edu/StaceyIrwin.
For her Millersville University profile see http://www.millersville.edu/commtheatre/faculty/s_irwin.php
For more information, please email Stacey.Irwin@Millersville.edu
Producer & Featured Talent: Faith M. Irwin
Faith wears many hats in this project. She is the inspiration and the driving force behind our curiosity about dyslexia. She wrote the interview questions, interviewed most of the participants in the film, and created an early trailer to publicize the project. Next up, editing! Faith is in college and attended Children’s Dyslexia Center of Lancaster and graduated from their three-year program in 2010. When she is not working with this project, she is an Irish dance teacher and a college student in the Entertainment Technology program at Millersville University.
Music Compose: Alexander Sumoski
Titles and Motion Graphics: Anthony Burgos
Color Grading and Correction: James Machado
Postproduction Transcriptionist: Brianna Garber
Brianna lent her talents to this project in the area of transcription. Brianna graduated from Millersville University double majoring in Communication and Psychology.
Production Assistant: Daniel J. Irwin
Daniel served as camera assistance and production assistant on two of our interview shoots. Daniel is a junior at Millersville University majoring in Writing Studies.
Intern: Kelly James
Kelly interned on this project in her senior year of college at Millersville University. Brianna graduated from Millersville University with a Broadcasting emphasis in the Department of Communication and Theatre.