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January 2017

Class of 1967

Schuyler Geller and his wife, Nancy, founded Elm Hollow Farm on February 23, 2016 in Treadway, Tennessee. Elm Wood Farm’s vision is to breed species considered by The Livestock Conservancy to be, critical, threatened, or recovering. The first residents of Elm Hollow Farm were Silver Phoenix Bantams, a threatened chicken species. Most recently, the Gellers introduced Scottish Highlander cattle to the farm, and all are thriving!
 

Class of 1986

Christian Storms, the Tokyo-based actor, dialogue coach, translator, director, and producer has spent half his life in Japan. If you've seen a Japanese film, he's probably translated the subtitles. If you've seen a documentary about Japan, he probably produced it.
Christian is the owner/line producer of Local 81, a Tokyo-based TV/film production company which produces local shoots for mainly US/UK broadcasters. For example, he has spearheaded many Japan-related TV shows for networks like the BBC (Top Gear), the Discovery Channel, Nat Geo (Locked Up Abroad) and AXN (The Amazing Race Asia). In addition, as a producer with experience in over 70 projects, Christian was hired by FIFA for the 2010 and 2014 World Cups as the ENG producer for the Japan team.
Being fully-bilingual and a method-trained actor, Christian found his way into dialogue coaching where he worked on Miike Takashi's Sukiyaki Western Django. He also translated the script for that film as well as Takahashi Miike's Imprint (Masters of Horror). He was the dialogue coach for Asano Tadanobu (Hogun) on THOR.
 
Christian attended Indiana University graduating with double major in Economics and Japanese Language and Culture. After getting a Masters in Japanese literature from Sophia University, he worked for a Mafioso Sasakawa "Peace" Foundation. He then broke into the film business. His first film credit was as a coordinator for the feature Napolean, an Australia/Japan co-production. He was the assistant to film producer Charles Hannah (The World's Fastest Indian) for a year and a half learning the production/producing end of film-making before working in the world of Japanese comics (manga). His introduction to acting came while working as the translation supervisor for the Japanese television-dubbed version of South Park. After years of directing actors in dubbed versions and video games, he studied method acting at Yoko Narahashi's United Performers Studio and with Hedy Sontag (teacher at Lee Strasberg Institute, Los Angeles).
 

Class of 1995

Keach Hagey writes about television for the Wall Street Journal’s Media and Marketing Bureau in New York. Her coverage areas include media companies like Time Warner, 21st Century Fox and Viacom, as well as the rise of online video. Prior to WSJ, Keach reported for Politico in Washington, D.C., and before that, reported for The National newspaper in Abu Dhabi, and CBSnews.com.
 

 

Class of 2001

Justin Williams works remotely from Denver, Colorado, as a mobile development lead at TED. His work focuses on spreading the message of TED’s speakers globally through the iPhone, iPad, and Android apps. Their most recent project involved localizing the applications into 24 different languages so that users around the world can experience TED in their native languages. Justin has written extensively about his work at https://carpeaqua.com.
 

 

Class of 2002

Ashley Moran and husband, Phillip Knight, welcomed the arrival of their first child, a baby girl named Darby, on December 7, 2016. The family is thrilled!
 

 

 

Class of 2012

Macanda Myers (Simpson) and Austin Myers met at Boonville Junior High and transferred to Day School in the ninth grade. Macanda and Austin began dating during their junior year of high school and continued their relationship throughout college. Austin went to Wabash College and Macanda attended the University of Indianapolis. Austin and Macanda were married at the Old Courthouse in Downtown Evansville on May 28, 2016. Ashlyn Carmack 2012 was Macanda’s maid of honor, and Austin’s brother, Ryan Myers 2014 was a groomsman.
The couple now lives in Indianapolis where Austin works for the marketing department at Sensory Technologies, an audio/visual integrator, and Macanda is finishing a master’s degree in Biomedical Studies from Marian University.