Cynthia create stories, using visuals and audio, around the beauty of everyday people for individuals, non-profits and the private sector. Her work reflects the dignity and strength of ‘heroes’ (read: ‘ordinary people’) who regularly save the day and learn something about life while doing their mighty tasks. She earned a Masters in Public Administration and is a recipient of the Marshall E. Dimmock Award for her work in the public sector. In 2014 and 2016, the League of American Communications Professionals awarded her bronze and then gold for her work with the Monarch School of New England in creating one of the top annual reports in the Americas. She studied at The Maine Media Workshops, at the International Center of Photography and with John Miller and Harvey Stein, both documentary photographers. In addition, she has been awarded a fellowship to participate in the National Endowment of the Arts “Creative Aging Program” for artists at the Creative Center Training Institute in New York City in March, 2017. Her interest in people’s lives has been enriched by her participation in the Avila Institute of Gerontology, her experience with FEMA and through various other adventures around the country.
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