is an interdisciplinary artist whose work often focuses on the criminal legal system. Merging photography, media, and technology, she creates engaging environments, both online and as physical installations. She is a founding partner and Creative Director of Picture Projects
, a Brooklyn-based studio that produces in-depth new media projects about some of the most pressing social issues of our day, which it does through the investigation of complex stories from multiple perspectives. She works extensively on large-scale collaborative projects and is Creative Director of States of Incarceration
and the Guantanamo Public Memory Project
, at the Humanities Action Lab, the Prison Public Memory Project
(co-founder), and Incorrigibles
. Her work has received numerous awards including a Peabody, the Gracie Allen for Women in Media, Pew’s Batten Award for Innovation, and a Webby Award for net.art. Cornyn teaches in New York at the School of Visual Art’s Design for Social Innovation MFA program.
Kathleen Hulser is a public historian and curator who manages cultural projects and writes arts journalism. She is currently working on founding a cultural magazine in Connecticut connected to the amArtHouse gallery, investigating the history of a slave burial ground and helping a transmedia/exhibition project about an early 20th-century caricaturist, “Rediscovering Kate Carew,”. As longtime public historian for the New-York Historical Society, she helped curate shows on Slavery in New York and Nueva York. She also was curator at the New York Transit Museum and the Museum of the American Gangster. Hulser helps to bring historical insights into the present day for active and informed reflection on social policy which empowers young women to engage in transforming their own lives.
Content Director | Creative Strategist
Claudine ‘CB’ Boeglin
is a creative leader with expertise in clear, impactful and original visual thinking and concept. She has built an international carrier as a visual journalist and content strategist in digital storytelling. In Italy she worked with Colors Magazine
, in Paris with Lemonde.fr
, in Kabul she built Parvaz, a magazine for Afghan children. In New York she founded Magnum in Motion for Magnum Photos
and ICP Lab
for the International Center of Photography. In London she created Thompson Reuters Foundation’s multimedia studio. She mentors researchers in visual storytelling at Revealing Reality
. And taught Interactive Storytelling at London South Bank University. She founded dandyvagabonds.com
in New York to support her collaborations, prototypes and commissions. She is @dandyvagabond on Twitter, and lives between London and Lisbon.
is a senior developer who works exclusively for dandyvagabonds.com
. His grandfather started a business in textile. His father expanded with a line of fashion. JG was groomed to take over the business but as a teenager his interest was to dismantle electronic device. In the 80s, the family business collapsed. JG became a self-taught coder and never looked back. He codes from his cockpit, a converted sheepfold, in the heights of The Cévennes, France. From this space off the map, he studies cosmology, listens to Dead Can Dance and feeds lost sheep. Interaction with humans? Not so much.
For more than 15 years, Anne has been working as a senior art director in international, multidisciplinary teams with nonprofit health and community-based organizations, and clients from education to national museums.
Living in New York City, Paraguay and Berlin for the past decade continously sparked her inspiration and awarded her creative concepts several times.
Always looking for meaningful tasks, Anne develops marketing campaigns, web platforms, and engaging virtual museums and history archives.
She solves extensive design problems by creating simple and elegant designs from complex raw materials.
is a film editor based in Lisbon, currently working at the production company Kintop. He studied at Lisbon School of Film and Theatre, where he specialized in editing. He has developed his work in editing with directors and artists such as Susana Sousa Dias, Sérgio Trefaut, and Diana Policarpo, among others. He worked as an editor in multiple feature and short films presented at international film festivals such as San Sebastian Film Festival, FIPA, FICUNAM, Ann Arbor Film Festival and IDFA. His work focuses on documentaries tackling politically pressing issues and historical injustices. He regularly collaborates with dandyvagabonds.com
Lillian Perez was formerly Incarcerated at the NY State Training School for Girls in Hudson, NY in the late 1960s. Perez has worked as a missionary and was a volunteer at the Hackensack County Court in New Jersey, advocating for youth. She recently retired from her job at New York City’s MTA where she bus in the Bronx. Perez is youth liaison for Incorrigibles and has been involved in each of our public programs to date from If These Walls Could Talk to Incorrigibles: A sociodrama performance workshop with young women at the Hudson Opera House. Lillian Perez is the youth liaison for Incorrigibles.
Ilaria Fusina is a writer and editor with an interest in the social and therapeutic potential of artistic production. As an editor, she has worked with the Museum of Modern Art, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and numerous non-profits in the fields of education and the arts. As Senior Editor at Rizzoli International Publications, she specializes in books on art, design, travel, and photography. Ilaria’s twenty-year career in publishing has run parallel to a life-long commitment to social engagement and philanthropy. She has provided trauma-informed care in a variety of settings from women’s shelters to hospitals and after-school programs. A native speaker of Italian and Spanish, she has taught ESL and supported legal efforts to help undocumented children at The Door where she continues to be actively involved. Ilaria has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Art History from Georgetown University and Masters in Italian Literature from New York University.
Sara Emilia Baig
is a communications and outreach maven who manages Incorrigibles's social media platforms. She has advocated for New York's Child Victims Act
and organized a related virtual event with NYC's Department of Records and Information Services. Some of Sara's research centers on the sexual exploitation of women and children nationally and internationally. Sara is also the Communications and Development Associate at the John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity and she teaches social entrepreneurship at John Jay. Additionally, Sara's time at The Nation, instilled in-depth knowledge of the publishing and editorial industry. Sara earned her B.A. in Humanities and Justice, and M.A. in Human Rights at John Jay College.
, born and raised in Newburgh, NY is now known as “The Master Networker”. She is the founder of What U Need
Is… a well-known consultancy that connects businesses to new customers. With over 56K subscribers Cynthia and her organization work diligently with businesses all over the country to add value to the ventures of her clientele. Cynthia has been honored as a “Distinguished Leader in Media” by the National Coalition 100 Black Women Inc. ~ Chicago Chapter. Named as 50 Women of Distinction by Six Brown Chicks. Cynthia is a survivor and was formerly incarcerated at the NY State Training School for Girls in Hudson, NY in the 1970s. Cynthia’s wish is to work with women, young and old, to empower them by sharing her story and providing a safe space for them to speak up for themselves.
We’d like to extend a special thank you to our former collaboratiors, interns, and volunteers (in alphabetical order): Catherine Baum, Becca Breslaw, Agustina Bullrich, Dominique Da Silva, Katie Edmonds, Roy Ford, Samantha Hammer, Vincent Kelly, Joe Kirchhoff, Nupur Mathur, Eliza Petty, Danielle Riou, Carol Rusoff, Laura Saladin, Maansi Srivastava, Anna Stumph, Beth Thielen, Callie Thuma, and Alice Weston.