Meet the Team!
Jacob Brinkman is a senior obtaining his BFA in Theatrical Production and Design with a concentration in Lighting. Born and raised in Clarence Center NY, Jake likes to spend his time browsing his Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Foursquare and Pinterest feeds. You can always find him either in the theatre, on the ski slopes or eating somewhere. In the future Jake wishes to tour with the famous production of Wicked and eventually become a professor in theatre lighting.
Jake has worked many productions at SUNY Fredonia as well as in the Western New York area. His most latest production was The Diary of Anne Frank where he served as Lighting Designer. This summer Jake worked at Bristol Valley Theatre in Naples New York serving as the Master Electrician for their Summer Season. In the Fall Jake will be the Sound Designer for The School for Scandal Directed by Dr. James Ivey and later in the Spring Jake will be designing lights for RENT!
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Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Cody travels eight hours to make it to Fredonia. As Vice President of Latinos Unidos, Tour Guide in training, Student Ambassador and member of the Black Student Union, he is always visible on campus. Cody is a Liberal Arts Major with a minor in Visual Arts & New Media. Cody prides himself on his fluency in Pig-Latin and his ability to juggle.
Brittany Georgalas is a Junior at SUNY Fredonia double majoring in animation and media management. In her free time she enjoys taking pictures, editing videos and golfing. She’s very interested in social media because in her words: “it creates sort of an interactive online community between many people with a common bond”.
Zaira (Zee) is a sophomore at SUNY Fredonia studying Public Relations. She comes to SUNY Fredonia from the Bronx where she grew up. She spends most of her time doing school work, organizing her thoughts, and going for walks. When not busy, Zee is all about watching Breaking Bad.
Anne Ritz is from Rochester, NY and is a senior journalism major, political science minor and aspiring writer. In addition to classes she likes to be involved in different activities on campus. She’s the news editor of the campus paper, The Leader, and also the president of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Kirsten Vine is a senior public relations major and film studies minor. She recently completed her dual major in video production last spring when she produced a 30 minute short film. Her hobbies include film making, watching movies and tweeting about her daily awkward adventures. She also likes coffee and cats.