Mark Leibowitz, Photographer
A graduate of Stanford University, Mark Leibowitz shoots editorially with the likes of Conde Nast Traveler, Glamour, Wired, and The Hollywood Reporter. About the Joel Goldberg assignment, “No Biz Like Showbiz,” he says: “During the photo setup, Joel and I spoke about his wife, a creative director in the Los Angeles area. It turns out I shot for her years ago and she designed my first portfolios. What a small world.”
Maura King Scully, Writer
Maura King Scully is an award-winning marketing communications professional and writer based in Greater Boston who wrote “We Are Still Here” about Merri Lopez-Keifer ’98. Of the story, she says, “Before interviewing Merri, I had never heard of the Luiseño Indians. The article gave me insight into the struggles of Native Americans in California, particularly a tribe that was denied ownership of its ancestral land.”
David G. Delaney ’03, Writer
David Delaney teaches law at Indiana University and is deputy director of its Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. A graduate of West Point, he was a US Army Military Police officer whose experiences with female colleagues inspired his article, “It’s About Time, about their role in combat. After BC Law, Delaney worked for the US Department of Homeland Security, where he coordinated cybersecurity efforts.
Kirsten Ulve, Illustrator
Kristen Ulve is a New York City-based illustrator and designer. She is a regular contributor to Japanese Vogue, and a keen caricature artist for Entertainment Weekly, the New Yorker, and Billboard, to name a few. “I love making caricatures, especially in a zany cluster,” she says of her work on “The Other Side of Stardom.” “It’s fun to make seemingly unrelated people interact. The piece becomes a kind of narrative graphic puzzle.”