Member Since 2020
Ashley Deese, LLC
Ashley Deese is a three-time Webby Award honored digital media producer, named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, and a founding member of the Rolling Stone Culture Council. Deese produced many projects for the Smithsonian Science Education Center, a part of the Smithsonian Institution, such as “Pick Your Plate! A Global Guide to Nutrition” (2020 Webby Awards nominee), “Aquation: The Freshwater Access Game” (2018 Webby Awards nominee) and “Stories of Women in STEM at the Smithsonian” (Peaked at #1 on Apple Books). Deese has worked as an independent producer with honors such as being named a finalist for the United Nations International Short Film Festival with work featured on NPR, Forbes, Rolling Stone, and Thrive Global. Deese is a voting member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. She has a certificate in entrepreneurship from Harvard Business School, earned her BS in Biology from Methodist University, and a MA in Interactive Media from Elon University. Deese is accepting project pitches at bonjour[at]ashleydeese[dot]com.
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