MIP major Juliet Campbell selected for MaddWolf Scholarship
Moving-Image Production major and rising sophomore Juliet Campbell was selected by the Moving-Image Production Advisory Committee of the Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts for a three-year MaddWolf tuition scholarship.
Recipient Juliet Campbell (’24) was selected to receive this scholarship as part of her first-year film portfolio review. Juliet’s Filmmaking Foundations instructor, Elizabeth Roberts, was impressed by Juliet’s “great video work, writing, and analysis skills,” and said that Juliet “has worked diligently, thoughtfully, and intentionally this semester.” Prof. Janet Parrott, Co-Director of Moving-Image Production added that Juliet "shows great potential, with work that is relevant to today."
Juliet shared her perspective on her own work, saying that filmmaking allows her “to share the feelings of the misunderstood, stories of the underrepresented, words of the misread, sounds of the unheard, and visuals of the unseen.”
The MaddWolf Scholarship, founded by donors George H. Wolfington Jr. and Hope Madden-Wolfington, is provided to a student majoring in Moving-Image Production who, in part, shows strong academic merit; Roger Beebe, professor of Art and Moving-Image Production was particularly “impressed by Juliet’s search for new and experimental forms to think in complex ways about the urgent issues of our day. There’s a maturity to her exploration here that’s exceedingly rare in the work of a first-year student.”
Juliet thanked the committee, department, and donors, adding: “this scholarship will help assist me as I further my education in filmmaking. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of cameras, sound design, editing, film concepts, and more! … I’m absolutely honored to be a part of Moving-Image Production and look forward to growing under the guidance of the MIP faculty!”
We congratulate Juliet on her award!