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Jon Kasbe

Former Staff, Intern and Producer

Jon likes meeting people and finding stories. Video is a way for him to share the stories he cares about.

He has spent the last couple years studying communications at UNC Chapel Hill. While there, Jon worked on award-winning projects with Students of the World, Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, Reese Felts Digital Newsroom and Living Galapagos. This past summer he worked as a videographer, editor, negotiator and conceptualizer for Powering a Nation's latest interactive project, 100 Gallons.

His work has received recognition from the Hearst Foundation, Pictures of the Year International, College Photographer of the Year, National Press Photographer's Association and Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.

You can watch his videos at jonkasbe.com.

The Last Move by MediaStorm

Michael Thomasson has devoted his life to video games. It’s been his passion and his obsession for more than three decades. He owns over 11,000 unique game titles for more than 100 different systems.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Young Photographer - Kitra Cahana for Harbers Studios and International Center of Photography

Blurring the line between subjects and friends, Kitra Cahana captures a rare level of intimacy with her subjects. As a documentary photographer, her images explore anthropological, social and spiritual themes through a human perspective.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Applied/Fashion/Advertising Photography - Erik Madigan Heck for Harbers Studios and International Center of Photography

As a photographer, Erik Madigan Heck does not differentiate between art and fashion in his work. Adhering to no rules, embracing his fears and seeing endless possibilities, Heck creates images people remember.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Art - Mishka Henner for Harbers Studios and International Center of Photography

Looking, and trusting in that act alone, Mishka Henner explores photography as an appropriation artist. Through new and alternative technology, Henner inspects art from the past while innovating in the present.