Documentary artist and scholar
PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge Fellow
Franklin Humanities Institute Fellow
-- Duke University
Jennifer Stratton is an interdisciplinary researcher, educator, thinker and maker. Over the past decade she has worked on film, commercial and interactive productions for professional vfx studios, government agencies and public universities, while concurrently teaching photography/animation workshops. Her work is centered in biophilia, citizen science, community storytelling, experimental pedagogy, play and the ephemeral magic that happens when light meets surface.
Terroir Tapestries: An Interactive Consumption Project
-- Jan 12 2017
An essay by Jennifer Jacqueline Stratton, a documentary artist and scholar and graduate of Duke’s MFAEDA program, and Ashley Rose Young, a doctoral student in Duke’s history department, was recently... Read More