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Blogology is a glimpse into the work being done at Imaginology. Follow in the pursuit of its mission to improve the human condition with imagination technology. Articles in this blog are contributed by Imaginology staff, leaders in the imagination technology industry, and collaborators working on projects with Imaginology.

Friday, August 14, 2020

Introducing Imaginology Intern: Christy Caldwell

Imaginology has taken on three new interns in the Digital Culture program from the ASU School of Arts, Media, and Engineering; Christy Caldwell, Ivan Mendoza, and Andrea Stoica. With tutelage from Artist, Animator, Producer Nathaniel Jack Greene, Fabrication Artist Ryan Gallagher, and Public Relations and Marketing Imaginologist Renee Aguilar, we look forward to fantastic projects to come. Keep an eye out on this space over the next few weeks as we will have a series of posts, to better get to know our interns and the projects they take on at Imaginology. 

Hello! My name is Christy Caldwell and I am currently a senior at Arizona State University majoring in Digital Culture with an emphasis in English. I love animals and find joy in the little things like having time to cook a home-cooked meal with friends. Digital culture to me is a beautiful and chaotic beast that is forever evolving. 

Digital culture has the heart of people while having the edge of technologies to back it up. I love that there is a message to be found behind any creative outlet within the world of digital culture if one looks hard enough for it. While interning with Imaginology, I am excited to use a collaboration of words and images to create a time capsule in the form of Blogology. This project is thrilling to me as it melds the culture behind a company with the technology of the internet to create a fun digital culture-infused project while preserving important moments of growth for the world to see. 

I am also intrigued to try and face the challenge that is to improve the human condition. Improving the human condition can seem daunting, especially with the world where it is today. I choose to take this task on a little at a time. I hope to make something each day that someone will enjoy and puts a smile on their face, even for a second. I choose to do this by putting love into every project I work on. A little love for another person can vastly help to improve the human condition. 

Working with the Imaginology team is a fantastic opportunity, with great potential for my personal and professional growth. I look forward to all that I will learn and accomplish in the future. 

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