Blue Chalk Welcomes Megan Clark
We are delighted to welcome Megan Clark as our summer 2017 production intern. Megan is a Portland native and storyteller at heart. Her areas of work range from documentary and commercial to narrative and abstract.
Throughout her short career, her films have resonated with an audience of more than several million online, including a 2016 Vimeo Staff Pick award.
Megan obtained her B.A. in Cinema and Media Communications from a small liberal arts university in Newberg, OR. She is most recently known for being the creator of "Registered," a short-form documentary which kickstarts a much-needed conversation about the efficacy of our nation's sex offender registry.
Learn more about Megan on her website.
Photo (above): A quiet June day, but for the sound of concentrated breathing and the occasional mosquito. Andrew Upchurch, worker and resident of Yosemite National Park, sits beneath the infamous V5 "Athletes Die Young" inverted boulder problem located in an isolated corner of the valley. A history of past attempts alongside a dozen failures, today, augment a sweet victory several months down the road.