Dawnry Collage Art Dawn Conry is an RN-turned-collage-artist in Phoenix, where she’s waiting out the triple digit summertime temps in her studio in midtown, cutting and pasting like crazy…or, like sanity.
A selection of photo, video and audio clips
In August of 2019 Dawn Conry hung her first ever collage show, opposite another collagist, Bob Allen.
This was my first outing with my new Osmo mobile. I threw on my Kyocera Duraforce Pro 2, jumped into the Jeep with Dawn at the wheel, and we headed north to find us some quaking Aspen. We made a few stops on the way, including at Wupatki National Monument.
Todd Porter, of TP Creative Arts, invited me to work with him to produce a pilot series of student ‘news desk’ episodes for the local/national high school student leadership and employment training and advocacy organization Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates, or JAG. We shot hours and hours of footage with the students and staff, in the…
From the Policing Project website: “Our visit to Phoenix raised a number of important questions on the role of advisory boards that we will continue to explore throughout the study. How can advisory boards most effectively relay information to broader communities? To what degree does organizing these boards into discrete groups by identity foster cohesion?…
Arizona PBS aired the following story about the psychology of the human brain while driving and paying attention to the phone. [Producer and Audio credits]
Super informative story here about urban heat issues, mini-satellite science, and climate change education. [Production and Camera credits, including video rough cut, motion graphics]