InflexionPoint Podcast: Cultivating Change from the Inside Out: Being Black Globally: Musings of an Intellectual Brother
05/18/2022 03:00 pm PDT
Episode Topic: Being Black Globally - Musings from an Intellectual Brother
Meet Corban Swain, Ph.D. candidate in Biological Engineering working in the laboratory of Professor Ed Boyden
at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). As a scientist, photographer, poet, and PhD student,
Mr. Swain pursues diverse interests with a keen eye, befitting the description of an “intellectual brother.”
Question of the Hour: How do you remain true to yourself while moving in spaces that harbor the legacy
of structural and institutional racism?
"I have been shooting professionally for four years with most of my work split between portraiture and event photography.
I enjoy working with grads, couples, friends, and families to create lasting memories that capture the joy and emotion of each moment."
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Corban Swain is a Ph.D. candidate in Biological Engineering working in the laboratory of Professor Ed Boyden at MIT. He is developing new microscope systems to image and stu...Find out more »