About the Artists
C. Jacqueline Wood
C. Jacqueline Wood lives and works in Cincinnati, OH. She earned her MFA from the Film, Video, New Media Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She owns Golden Hour Moving Pictures, and runs The Mini Microcinema.
Kailah Ware graduated from Wright State University Spring of 2015 with a Bachelor's Degree in Motion Picture Filmmaking. She currently owsn Loud Media, a production company & is the creator of local art project 1DegreeOf Separation.
Paul N. Dieterlen is a Northern Kentucky resident, and lives in the rural town of Ryland Heights.He is currently in his third year of study at Northern Kentucky University, and is pursuing his BFA in the field of Photography.
Olivia Fitzgerald is currently attending Walnut Hills and is entering the tenth grade. She has always felt empowered by the arts and now she wants to give back. This is her second year with ArtWorks and hopes to work with the arts in the future.
Makala Kimber is 20 years old. She has worked on three ArtWorks projects including this summer's City Shine Project. She has a strong passion for photography. This fall she will be attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati and will be getting her BFA in Fine Art Photography.
Miller Lyle is fifteen years old and has lived in Cincinnati his whole life. Right now, he is going to be a sophomore at Cincinnati Country Day School. He is very interested in photography and very excited to be a part of City Shine 2016.