Rebecca Hargrave Malamud

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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 her Point B Studio in Port Orford, Oregon.[3][4]

She attended 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 Exposition with her husband Carl Malamud, working remotely from her 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.[citation needed]

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

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  1. ^ Invisible Worlds Creative Director Rebecca Pranger Honored With Four INVISION Awards
  2. ^ John Schwartz (December 24, 2001). "A 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. ^ "web design". Retrieved 28 November 2016. 
  4. ^ Julie Sabatier (November 22, 2012). "Port Orford Nurtures Vibrant Arts Community". Oregon Public Broadcasting. Retrieved May 20, 2015. 
  5. ^ Marty Lucas. "Saving Private Art". Mappa.Mundi Magazine. Retrieved May 20, 2015. 
  6. ^ [1][dead link]

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