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[[Image:Adam sanders copy.jpg|right]]'''Adam P. Sanders''' graduated from [http://byu.edu BYU] in 2005 with a degree in [[:category: BA Media Arts Studies|media arts studies]].  
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[[Image:Adam sanders copy.jpg|right]]'''Adam P. Sanders''' graduated from [http://byu.edu BYU] in 2005 with a degree in [[:category: BA Media Arts Studies|Media Arts Studies]].  
  
 
In 2004, he was awarded an [[:category:Oscarson Discovery Grant|Oscarson Discovery Grant]], which allowed him to travel to Boston to complete an internship with “American Experience” at WGBH.
 
In 2004, he was awarded an [[:category:Oscarson Discovery Grant|Oscarson Discovery Grant]], which allowed him to travel to Boston to complete an internship with “American Experience” at WGBH.
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Adam currently works as a Producer/Editor at Utah Valley University, producing a series about artists in the community (including many with ties to BYU) called the UVU Artist Series (available online at [http://artistseries.on.uvu.edu artistseries.on.uvu.edu] or through iTunes).
 
Adam currently works as a Producer/Editor at Utah Valley University, producing a series about artists in the community (including many with ties to BYU) called the UVU Artist Series (available online at [http://artistseries.on.uvu.edu artistseries.on.uvu.edu] or through iTunes).
  
Adam and his wife Darcie are still writing, recording, and performing as Adam and Darcie through Portland label Village Ten Collective and Irish label Indiecater Records.
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Adam and his wife Darcie are writing, recording, and performing as Adam and Darcie through Portland label Village Ten Collective and Irish label Indiecater Records.
  
 
[[category:Alumni and Students]]
 
[[category:Alumni and Students]]

Revision as of 15:34, 5 November 2010

Adam sanders copy.jpg
Adam P. Sanders graduated from BYU in 2005 with a degree in Media Arts Studies.

In 2004, he was awarded an Oscarson Discovery Grant, which allowed him to travel to Boston to complete an internship with “American Experience” at WGBH.

Adam currently works as a Producer/Editor at Utah Valley University, producing a series about artists in the community (including many with ties to BYU) called the UVU Artist Series (available online at artistseries.on.uvu.edu or through iTunes).

Adam and his wife Darcie are writing, recording, and performing as Adam and Darcie through Portland label Village Ten Collective and Irish label Indiecater Records.

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