, a 2003 theatre arts major, is an award-winning commercial and music video producer with Mirada Studios in Los Angeles. In his role as a post and visual effects producer, he’s produced numerous national and international projects for clients including Team Detroit, Saatchi & Saatchi, DDB, Ogilvy, Publicis, Target, inHouse, and more. Working with Capital Records, he produced the Grammy nominated video “Safe and Sound” for Capitol Cities, which also garnered him an MTV Video Music Award (VMA) win. He also produced the videos for Katy Perry’s “Roar” and “Dark Horse,” the latter being his second consecutive VMA win, when it took home Best Female Video. “Dark Horse” has since gone on to win Best Video at the European Music Awards and has become the most-watched on-line video, world-wide, in 2014. Most recently, he was one of several producers on U2’s video “The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)” off of their latest album. Read more.
Tracey Tennyson Peters
, a 2004 social justice major, is a familiar face at Hamline. Tracey joined the Hamline staff in 2011, working in the admissions office, and became director of university events in 2012. Her role includes planning everything from commencement ceremonies, internal events for students, faculty and staff, formal academic ceremonies, holiday parties, and Hamline's booth at the Minnesota State Fair.
Tracey lives in Saint Paul with her husband and two-year-old son. When she's not busy planning Hamline events or being mom, she enjoys working out, running races, and being a Twin Cities foodie. Read more.
graduated from Hamline in 2008 with a double major in studio arts and psychology. After working two years in the field of mental health, she shifted her career focus to her fine arts degree. In 2010, she discovered the field of art conservation while working part-time at Hamline as the slide librarian and museum registrar.
In the four years since, Nicole has been preparing for a graduate degree in art conservation. In 2013, she received a Genevieve Rust Ehlers Fellowship, which allowed her to complete a year-long internship studying stone conservation at the Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence, Italy. She is currently in the process of applying to the three art conservation programs offered in the United States. Read more.