Pursuing a master’s degree in Communication at the University of Nebraska with an assistantship. One-year experience reporting and producing for public radio. Current marketing and communication intern.
London Homer-Wambeam graduated in 2018 from the University of Wyoming with a degree in Film Theory & Media Productionwith a minor in Photography. As an undergraduate, London worked as the lead video producer for UW Student Media, where he managed Dynamic Media, Student Media’s contract media production wing. After graduation, London worked as a reporter for Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) and as the writer and researcher for the WPR history show Archives on the Air.
For his undergraduate thesis film, London directed The Surrogate, a short thriller set in the 1960s. The Surrogate won first place at the 7220 UW Student Short Film Festival, and was screened at Prairie Lights Film Festival in Grand Island, NE. In his free time, London enjoys creative writing and media production, as well as listening to comedy podcasts and psychedelic rock. He plans to pursue a career in media production.