Joe Nussbaum (BHS '91), helped develop BHS's daily Morning Show and went on to graduate from the USC School of Cinema-Television Production. After college he began his career working in the film industry in Los Angeles as a producer of movie trailers and TV commercials. The film we'll see, George Lucas In Love, is a satire of Star Wars and Shakespeare in Love. The sensational response to this film brought Joe's work to the attention of studio executives throughout the film industry. As a result, he is currently directing his first major motion picture.
Cynthia Beth Rubin
Cynthia (BHS '68) began experimenting with digital media in the early 1980's, and the subsequent transition from painting to the electronic arts provided the means and the impetus for a shift in the subject matter in her work. Although trained as a painter in the era of abstraction, her work now incorporates strong historical and personal references. Working with photographs as a point of departure, Rubin's imagery recalls the cultural legacy of times and places beyond her own lifetime, referring to the subjective experience of memory.