media+art

ABOUT

 

MEDIA+ART

 

Jamille teaches Media Studies courses such as Documentary and Photography at Appalachian State University. She also works as a freelance artist in photo & video and dabbles in graphic, website, and print design.

 

She was the recipient of the Joe Murphy Fellowship, a studio assistant fellowship at Penland School of Craft in the Photo Studio, and an Appalachian State QEP Faculty Fellowship in NYC.

 

She has choreographed and performed for Appalachian Dance Ensemble, G.Alex and the Movement, SG Dance Theatre, and Verge Dance Collective. She has created several dance films, including work with G. Alex and the Movement and Verge Dance Collective. She is also a company member of Verge Dance Collective, and co-directed a dance film  with Sayward Grindley for SG Dance Theatre which premiered in NYC at the New Filmmakers Anthology.

More dance details at : www.vergedancecollective.org

 

media+art

 

 

WORK

SKILLS

 

ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE

Including: Premiere Pro, Muse, Photoshop, Audition, Dreamweaver, & Illustrator

WEB DESIGN

Including graphics, branding, & front-end design

PHOTOGRAPHY

Including shooting & editing, with special Interest in Dance Photography & Portraits

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

Including course design, graphics, and development

VIDEO

Including shooting and editing techniques with special interest in documentary, story-telling, & dance for film

CHOREOGRAPHY & DANCE

Teaching, choreographing, and performing

 

"My work is an intersection of visual and performance arts in an exploration of the fragility and beauty of the temporal.

 

I often base work in photography and video in the world of dance, attempting to challenge each medium through the techniques of the other.

 

I make art that begs my digitally-saturated self to look around, to spend moments in reflection of the value of the present and being present. I dance in hope of feeling moments of complete physical presence.

 

What I make is a reflection on the female experience and I seek to celebrate this. I wonder, as an individual, what impact can a single woman have on her environment and culture?

 

 I am curious about the power of singular influence, and how it becomes even more powerful in the context of a community, where one offers and receives support, and a voice is multiplied and strengthened by the power of relationship."

ARTIST STATEMENT

Jamille Wallick

jamillewallick@gmail.com

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