Whether or not you graduated from The Bush School — if you attended even for just one year — you are a member of the Bush alumni community and an invaluable part of the history and the future of the school. The Bush School Alumni Office strives to keep alumni engaged in the school community and connected to teachers, classmates, and friends.
Please contact the Alumni & Donor Relations Manager, Jamila Humphrie, for any questions at email@example.com.
On Thursday, January 16, The Bush School held BushTALKS: Climate Action. We were especially grateful to our panelists; PageAtcheson ’08, Laura Blackmore,andJabe Blumenthal, for sharing their expertise and leading our conversation. Following the talk, we had a wonderful reception with alumni, parents, students, and Bush staff reflecting on the work to be done. Keep your eye out forExperienceMagazine this spring to learn more about the work that Bush is taking on around climate action. For photographs from this event, click here.
August ’93 and Sam ’96 Cole: Storytelling with Creative Confidence
August Cole ’93 is writing techno-thrillers about the next world war. His brother, Sam ’96, is making films in New York City. “I’m constantly looking for inspiration,” August says. “When I feel inspiration and love,” Sam says, “I see beauty.” These two brothers are inspired to do the work they do because it’s not work when you love what you do.
Corrie Duryee ’77: Deep Exploration of the Life of the Mind
"The point of everything I do is beauty,” says writer, film director, and producer Corrie Duryee ’77. “For decades, while filming, I have called people to order on set by yelling ‘Alright. Let’s make some truth and beauty.’”
You can find Ian Andreen ’12 on Facebook. You can find him on Instagram. Twitter, too. He’s on LinkedIn. You can retweet his tweets, heart his Instagram photos, and like his Facebook posts. He likes his life right now. He’s a production assistant and coordinator for the IndieFlix Group. “I find beauty in the film work I do,” he says, “because I love storytelling.”
Adina Meyer ’81 and Jeff Blair ’84: From Tykoe to Team Teaching
“The Bush School started my teaching career. I’m driving down I-5 one afternoon in January, and I see Sis Pease, my US History teacher, driving next to me. She motions to me, and we get off at the next exit and end up having tea. She asks me what I’m doing, and that’s when I say I’m looking at getting into teaching. So she suggests that I get on the sub list at Bush, and I do.” —Jeff Blair