Rebecca Lynne Malamud , also known as Rebecca Pranger , Rebecca Fowler , and Rebecca Hargrave , [1] is an American photographer and website designer. [2] She creates new work at Point B Studio in Port Orford, Oregon . [3] [4]

She attended the Nashville State Technical Institute and Florida School of the Arts in the 1980s. [5] In 1993, she co-founded her own design and web development firm called enviro | media. [6] In 1996, she designed the website Internet 1996 World Exhibition with her husband Carl Malamud , working in his office in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a team of artists, writers, programmers and photographers around the globe. In 1998, she was creative director of Invisible Worlds , where she received four NewMedia INVISION awards. In 2000, she joined the Internet Multicasting Service . citation needed] In 2006, she founded the Rural Design Collective. quote needed ]

As of 2005, Malamud resides in Sixes, Oregon . quote needed ]

References

  1. Jump up^ Invisible Worlds Rebecca Pranger Director Honored With Four INVISION Awards
  2. Jump up^ John Schwartz (December 24, 2001). “Cybernaut Plans Software for Navigating TV” . The New York Times . Retrieved May 20, 2015 . His partner is his wife, Rebecca Malamud, a prize-winning Web site designer.
  3. Jump up^ “web design” . Retrieved 28 November 2016 .
  4. Jump up^ Julie Sabatier (November 22, 2012). “Port Orford Nurtures Vibrant Arts Community” . Oregon Public Broadcasting . Retrieved May 20, 2015 .
  5. Jump up^ Marty Lucas. “Saving Private Art” . Mappa.Mundi Magazine . Retrieved May 20, 2015 .
  6. Jump up^ [1] [ dead link ]