About Media Folk
We promote cultural literacy. In a climate of search-driven knowledge, people tend to listen to what they know and be influenced primarily by personal connections. We seek to diversify this knowledge landscape, so that diverse groups learn about each other. We do this by making cultural expressions visible in the digital landscape. Media Folk is dedicated to supporting arts and culture practitioners with digital media, training, and capacity building.We help community leaders and organizations get the next generation excited about their heritage, and help equalize access to technological resources and funding streams.
Anna Mulé is a photographer, videographer, web curator, and folklorist. She specializes in shaping culturally complex stories into pieces that are publicly accessible. She received her M.A. in journalism and folklore/ethnomusicology from Indiana University, and works as the director of communications and campaigns at Slow Food USA. You can reach her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. View a portfolio of her work.
Christopher is a folklorist and digital archivist, and serves as the director of folk arts at Brooklyn Arts Council. He specializes in grant writing, cultural documentation, and non-profit management. He earned his M.A in Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University, and serves on the board of directors for the Ghanaian Association of Staten Island, a Liberian service organization called Napela, and as the vice president for the New York Folklore Society. In 2015, he received the Archie Green Fellowship from the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. You can reach him directly at email@example.com.