Our pro-line up includes a photojournalist, reporter and graphic designer, all of whom started as yearbook editors. See just where your yearbook skills can take you!
SAT 7/31 7pm PDT
The yearbook bug bit Maddie Malhotra at Sierra Middle School, Parker CO, where Jed Palmer was her adviser and photography teacher. Now she is a Boston-based photojournalist and visual storyteller in her third season as the staff photographer for the Boston Red Sox. Born and raised just south of Denver, Maddie graduated from Boston University's College of Communication in 2018 with a B.S in Journalism, focusing in photojournalism. Maddie specializes in sports photography and longform storytelling rooted in humanizing athletes.
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SUN 8/1 7pm PDT
Mary Katherine Wildeman, aka MK, was born and raised in Corning NY and attended West High School, where she was on the yearbook staff, first as a member of the index team then in her last year as “DVD editor” — the first year a Mike Simons team offered a digital component to the yearbook! She developed a love for publishing there and took it to Indiana University Bloomington, where she studied journalism. Her first job was as a health reporter for the oldest newspaper in the South, The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina. She is now pursuing a master's degree in data science and recently joined the data journalism team at the Hearst newspaper group in Connecticut.
MON 8/2 7pm PDT
Priscilla started her yearbook journey on her middle school staff at Oak Ave. Intermediate, later becoming the EIC at Temple City High School, CA.
She is an award-winning multidisciplinary designer who graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in 2019. Her core work consists of print, identity system, editorial, and digital design. She is currently a brand designer at Stink Studios in Los Angeles and freelances on the side. When she’s not designing, Priscilla is eating and cooking for her food Instagram @shehungry. She’s also the mother of two dogs and a big fan of BTS.