January 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Maggie Schneider

Maggie Schneider

Maggie is a third-year writing student She is excited to share the story of how she and her mom became best friends. In addition to being a student, Maggie is a singer/songwriter currently recording her first full-length album. She’s had the opportunity to open for nationally touring artists and bands over the past 4 years, and played a date at the final cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour this past summer. Maggie has music available everywhere online now, and is looking forward to pouring more of her heart into writing and music this year.

 

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December 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Elliot R. Casteel

Elliot R. Casteel

Elliot is currently working on his second year at SCAD and has been writing for most of his life. His biggest inspiration is his mother, who is a published author and freelance writer, and has encouraged him in everything he does. With his writing, Elliot seeks to challenge societal norms in the beauty industry and social media, battling for a more accepting and open-minded future. He stands with the LGBTQ+ society and the body positivity movement, hoping for a day with less shaming, less assumptions, and more positive recognition within the media.

 

 

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November 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Catalina Marie Cano Zavala

Catalina Marie Cano Zavala

Catalina is a twenty-year-old writer and poet from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She is currently a sophomore at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Both her writing and poetry attempt to explore the perspectives of social behavior and the bilateral thought process shared by Latin Americans, particularly Hondurans, as well as dismantle the misconceptions attached to the Latin American community by the media and outer countries.

 

 

 

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October 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Shannon Gillespie

Shannon is currently a Junior at SCAD and working towards a Writing major with an Art

History minor. Unable to pass a bookshop without going in, her “To Be Read” pile has
become multiple piles, while the 5 bookcases in her house have begun to bow from the weight of the books they hold. Bibliomania aside, Shannon spends her time spoiling her dogs, re-watching specific British cooking shows, and imagining a place where Fall is 75-80% of the year.

 

 

 

 

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September 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Madison Moats

Madison Moats is a sophomore at SCAD studying to receive her B.F.A. in Graphic Design with a minor in Film and Television. She believes storytelling is a vital part of the creative process and has always enjoyed writing poetry and fiction in order to add greater meaning to her work. In addition, Madison is a visual artist and a musician, and is always searching for the next art form to experiment with.

 

 

 

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August 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Lauren Smalls

For many writing is a passion. For Lauren, its a lifestyle. With a B.S. from The University of Tennessee and a M.F.A in writing from Savannah College of Art & Design, she bring words to life through storytelling, copywriting, and editing. When she’s not working with marketing clients, she promotes and encourages women of color through her blog, That Girl Can Write. 


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July 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Adriana Isabel Ruiz Ursula

Adriana Isabel Ruiz Ursula is a Peruvian multi – creative woman whose dream is to put her country’s wonderful and rich history on the eyes of the world. Writing and drawing historical fiction about the important events and people that marked Peru is something very important to her and people admired her for doing so. She received her M.F.A in graphic design from Full Sail University and she is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree on Computer Animation at the Savannah College of Arts and Design. When Adriana is not drawing or writing, she likes to watch biographical movies, WW2 based series and slice of life American comedies while relaxing in the couch and eating chocolate.


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June 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Russell Cambron

Russell Cambron is an Atlanta-based creative working in visual and written storytelling. He received his M.F.A. in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Atlanta, where he is currently pursuing his M.F.A. in writing. His written works include poetry, literary fiction, and creative nonfiction. His visual narrative Boy, Owl, and Ravenshowed at Whitespec gallery in Atlanta in 2017. When he’s not writing or photographing, there’s a good chance that he’s watching The Golden Girlsor Star Trekor wandering aimlessly through Barnes and Noble

 

 

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May 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Logan Hughes

Logan Hughes is studying to receive his bachelor of fine arts degree in Writing with a minor in Art History. He’s the Executive Editor for SCAN Magazine and former Features Editor for The Connector, and needs at least seven cups of coffee per day to stay awake.

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April 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Jack Young

 
Jack Young is a freshman at SCAD Atlanta pursuing a B.F.A. in Writing. His favorite authors include Jane Austen, Patti Smith, and Rainer Maria Rilke. In addition to writing, Jack is a musician and has released music with independent record labels in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He spends his free time drinking copious amounts of coffee and impatiently waiting for Lady Gaga and Beyoncé to release the sequel to their song, “Telephone.”

 

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