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Capturing history

Donna GrayPost Independent Staff
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Isaac Carlson, 11, is from Glenwood Springs. Isaac goes to Glenwood Springs Middle School. He has a sister Isabel, 13, who is also at Glenwood Springs Middle School.”Ever since I have seen films I have wanted to make them.” About his work on the project, Isaac said, “So far I have most enjoyed location seeking. I look forward to film editing and working with the camera. I am also currently working on a short film of my own.”

Chris Meyer, 11, is from Glenwood Springs. Chris is home-schooled and is an only child. “Working on this project has been a great chance to explore,” he said.

Tara Martellaro, 16, lives in the Carbondale/El Jebel area. She goes to Alpine Christian Academy and has one brother, who is 14. “I enjoy having the opportunity to learn about the business side of video production, not only by observing but by doing,” she said. She is interested in script writing.

Justin White, 14, is from Carbondale. He has four siblings: Evan, 13, Nicole, 12, Emma Lee, 3, and Faith, 2.”I like editing and working with the camera,” he said.

Gavan Brouillette, 11, is from Glenwood Springs. Gavin is also home-schooled. He likes to play video games, using his video camera and riding bikes.

Tobin Sanson, 13, of Carbondale, likes learning new things, especially (on the history video project) editing together the video and sound.

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