Nonny de la Peña

(USA, 1975)

Nonny de la Peña is a transmedia producer working across documentary and machinima filmmaking, journalism, and writing. Her workincludes two Second Life installations, Gone Gitmo, a virtual representation of Guantánamo Bay prison and the award-winning Wallsickness. She is a former correspondent for Newsweek and has written for The New York Times, Premiere Magazine, Texas Monthly, Time Magazine and others. She has also penned multiple episodes ofdramatic television and her feature documentaries have been shown around the world. A graduate of Harvard University with a Master’s degree from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg Program on Online Communities, De la Peña is exploring how non-fiction storytelling and journalism can be produced by using fi rst person immersive experiences in 3D environments.

Gone Gitmo (2007-presente)

Virtual environment, Second Life.

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