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'''Colten G. Ashley''' currently studies [[:category:BA Media Arts Studies|Media Arts Studies]] at [http://byu.edu Brigham Young University]. In 2013 he was presented with the first-place Vera Hinckley Mayhew Screen and Play Writing Award for his work, ''On a High Arid Plain''.  
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'''Colten G. Ashley''' graduated from [http://byu.edu Brigham Young University] in [[:category: 2014 Graduates |2014]] with a bachelor's degree in [[:category:BA Media Arts Studies|media arts studies]]. In 2013 he was presented with the first-place Vera Hinckley Mayhew Screen and Play Writing Award for his work, ''On a High Arid Plain''.  
  
 
In 2014, Ashley won the Exceptional Citizen in Media Arts Fiction award from the [[:category:Theatre and Media Arts|Department of Theatre and Media Arts]]. The same year, Ashley directed ''On a High Arid Plain,'' which was selected to be one of the year's two capstone projects. He also served as a member of the Grip/Electric team for BYU's full-length film production of ''Beyond.''
 
In 2014, Ashley won the Exceptional Citizen in Media Arts Fiction award from the [[:category:Theatre and Media Arts|Department of Theatre and Media Arts]]. The same year, Ashley directed ''On a High Arid Plain,'' which was selected to be one of the year's two capstone projects. He also served as a member of the Grip/Electric team for BYU's full-length film production of ''Beyond.''

Latest revision as of 17:28, 20 January 2017

Colten G. Ashley graduated from Brigham Young University in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in media arts studies. In 2013 he was presented with the first-place Vera Hinckley Mayhew Screen and Play Writing Award for his work, On a High Arid Plain.

In 2014, Ashley won the Exceptional Citizen in Media Arts Fiction award from the Department of Theatre and Media Arts. The same year, Ashley directed On a High Arid Plain, which was selected to be one of the year's two capstone projects. He also served as a member of the Grip/Electric team for BYU's full-length film production of Beyond.

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