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Today, Stevenson's Department of Film/Video's First-Year Film and Moving Image students took first place in the annual Lego™ Challenge, with their sculpture based on the movie The Breakfast Club. The designs for the challenge must incorporate Stevenson's three pillars of Career Architecture™: personal direction, discipline expertise and professional know-how.

Congratulations to our students! The competition was stiff, but you came together as a team and should be proud of what you created! Bravo!

Pictured, above, from left to right, in the back row: Ryan Scott, Mikey Manfredi, Dave Steinwedel, and Jonathan Kuchinskas. In the front row: Ryan Kight, Katie Jarosinski, Jamie Barthol, Britain Castellano, Jasmin Thompson, Patricia Lai, and Deanna Kinzie.

Other photos can be found in our Flickr album. More photos to follow, including the one with our trophy!

Many thanks to Dina Fiasconaro, who started the students out today, and to the other students who were there at the beginning but had to leave early.

The voting ended last Friday, and our winners are . . .

1st Place: Chelsea Clough, We Will Glow

2nd Place: Dustin Acevedo, Captain Tavon and the Yesteryear of Tomorrow's Today Thursday

3rd Place: Joshua Harmon, Eye of the Tiger
 
If you want to see the winning films, as well as all of the other films submitted, check out the Fest's Vimeo Channel!

Students from Baltimore's Wide Angle Youth Media program (wideanglemedia.org) visited Stevenson's School of Design today. Here they are outside the building with Film/Video Department Chair Christopher Llewellyn Reed.

For more photos, check out the full album on Flickr.

FMI101 students Jamie Barthol, Keith Brown, Jessie Dubyoski, Ryan Kight, Patricia Lai, Mike Manfredi, Rebecca Morris, Jasmine Moses, Colleen Shipley and Emily Soller have fun at work with our Sony HXR-NX5Us and NX3s and our Final Cut Pro editing stations as they shoot and edit a project for Assistant Professor Dina Fiasconaro's class.

For more photos, check out the full album on Flickr.

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