We are Misadventurist Media, a New York based, globe-trotting web and video production team focused on feature-length documentary, short features and web videos. We are obsessed by how humans are interconnected through the vast cultural and natural world we all share.
Our Kickstarter campaign was a success and now we are on the road, continuing with the next phase of our Web series, I Do: A Wedding of Cultures.
Stacy Libokmeto is a journalist and independent filmmaker based in New York City. She has produced for BRICArts Media in Brooklyn, New York, Oregon Art Beat and Oregon Field Guide in Portland, Oregon, and acted as an assistant editor and production coordinator for Bravo TV, Off the Fence, and the Style Network in New York, and was the Assistant Editor on the Emmy-nominated Style: Exposed special, Sperm Donor. Stacy shot for the independently produced documentary An Exile’s Home in the Bronx, which aired on Setanta Sports in Ireland.
In 2011, Stacy graduated from New York University with a Master’s degree in News and Documentary. There she produced, shot and edited Children of Strategic Trust. The independently produced documentary is about the nuclear legacy of the United States and the Marshall Islands. The documentary includes interviews with the Marshallese victims of the U.S. nuclear bomb testing strategy in the Pacific nation, victims who for years have lived with the effects of the radioactive fallout on their land, their bodies and their descendents.
Stacy also received a B.A in History and English and a minor in Film Studies at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.
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Benjamin is a digital and multimedia journalist, writer, and photographer based in New York City. He has been published in the Gotham Gazette, Crain’s New York Business; as a photographer, videographer and journalist in Dollars & Sense; and as a blogger on TruTV’s Dumb as a Blog and Conspiratorium.
Benjamin possesses a BA in Anthropology from Portland State University and a second, much more important-sounding degree in Journalism from the City University of New York/Baruch College. He toils by day in web support at ThomasNet Web Solutions and he likes to call Bushwick, Brooklyn home. He has way too many guitars.
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