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Dan Haberkorn is an artist and creator of the Searching for Isabelle graphic designs Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I came across Searching for Isabelle through producer Marianne Greco's husband, Sam. He indicated that the team were looking for someone to flesh out some design ideas and I was looking to expand my professional network. Q: Talk...

Tim Maupin is a talented Chicago-based filmmaker. He lent his cinematography skills to our promotional material. Read his Q+A below to learn more about his work. Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I got involved through an introduction to Stephanie by a mutual friend. After doing my own Kickstarter campaign, I was able to impart some tips...

Chicago-based graphic artist and burgeoning actor Tessa Gillett on rekindling an old flame Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I got involved with Searching for Isabelle by way of the wonderful, [production manager] Denayja Reese. She told me about the project and I was immediately interested.  I'm naturally drawn to big themes. Searching for Isabelle does not...

  Below is an interview with Searching for Isabelle producer Derek McPhatter Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I met Stephanie via my partner, Aymar Jean Christian of OpenTV. They connected a few years ago as they run in overlapping creative circles – diverse filmmakers and whatnot, you know.   I relocated to Chicago in 2014 after spending some...

This is a Q+A with coriama couture, a Chicago-based performer, world traveler, and ABCS educator. What is ABCS? Read below to find out! Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: My friend, Xavier, told me about a friend of his, Denayja Reese [production manager], that saw my Instagram and thought I was the type of person that would...

Interview with Ajile Jean-Baptiste, Chicago-native and Dillard University freshman Q. How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A. I met Stephanie through my mother, Aisha, who met her through her performance arts group. She asked if I wanted to shoot a few mother-daughter scenes and I said yes. Q. Did you have acting experience before performing for the pitch video? A. My...

Artist, community advocate and mom Aisha Jean-Baptiste discusses her life's work Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I met Stephanie through OpenTV, which is producing an alternate reality/docu-series for Honey Pot Performance, a performance art group of which I'm a member. Stephanie mentioned that she's making a film and asked if I, with my daughter Ajile,...

Producer Marianne Greco answers a few questions Q: How did you get involved with Searching for Isabelle? A: I don't remember. But I do remember being intrigued by Stephanie's script, artistic vision, and the subtle social commentary. I wanted to be a part of bringing it to life. Q: How does Searching for Isabelle fit into your own creative and professional goals? A: I'm...