Meet the team

Rebecca Castillo

Rebecca Castillo was born in Los Angeles and currently attends Swarthmore College, where she has designed a special major in Education, Race, & Media. She worked for the Los Angeles Times in 2016, the summer after she graduated from high school. Her work there inspired Storyboard, and she’s very excited for the future of this project.

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Ariana Hoshino

Ariana Hoshino (Swarthmore College ‘20) is a programmer and filmmaker from Charlotte, NC. She has produced, directed, photographed, and edited short narrative and promotional films, but she specializes in cinematography. Her interest in digital media education and creation led to the founding of Storyboard, where she hopes to continue using filmmaking as a tool to develop communities and share stories.

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Juliane Ding

Juliane Ding is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and currently attends Swarthmore College ('22). She is currently studying Political Science and Film and Media Studies. Juliane loves to photograph and paint murals, but especially loves documentaries and hopes to one day direct her own.

Isabelle (Swarthmore College ‘22) is a double major in Film & Media Studies and History from Holden, MA. She is a published writer and photographer with special interest in editing and cinematography. Her interest in Storyboard stems from her teaching experiences and love of filmmaking.

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