Camp Dudley Christmas Cards
In 2009 we remembered that we have a wealth of artistic talent in the Dudley Family. We wanted to tap into it throughout the year – especially with our Christmas Card. As you will see below, we’ve had great fun with the card each year, and thanks to the Dudleyites who have helped is along the way. Stay tuned for more in the future!
#22247 Alex Betz, 2016
The 2016 Christmas card was designed by #22247 Alexandra Betz. Most recently, Alex was an Aide at Kiniya in Willmott Cabin. She previously spent 5 summers as a camper, one of which was spent in the Tetons on NOLS. Alex hails from Long Island and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for her down the road!
#23601 Sophia Titterton, 2015
The 2015 Christmas Card was designed by Arts Department staff member #23601 Sophia Titterton. Sophia has spent the last two summers at Dudley working in Brodie. We’re lucky to have such a talented artist on our summer team. Amazing job, Sophia!
#18635 Kara Dunne, 2014
The 2014 holiday card was designed by veteran Arts Department staff member #18635 Kara Dunne. We think this might be the first ever Yoha performed by a squirrel too! Nice job, Kara!
A cub in 1991, Scott rose through the leadership ranks to become a Senior Division leader for 3 summers and eventually a position working in the Hike Hut for 5 summers. See more of Scott’s work HERE
#13556 Mac Premo, 2012
Mac came to Camp Dudley as a Cub in Rensselaer in 1984 and fell in love with the place. He went through the camper and leadership ranks, and enjoyed his time everywhere at camp, especially at Brodie Arts & Crafts. Mac is an artist who lives in Brooklyn, NY. You can see his work and learn more about him at www.macpremo.com
#15191 Oliver Jeffers, 2011
All the way from Belfast Ireland, Ollie came to camp with his brother Rory for the first time in 1990 as a junior in Andrews Lodge. He went through the leadership ranks and is currently an author and artist who focuses on childrens books. His work can be found at www.oliverjeffers.com.
#19555 Lauren Widing, 2010
Lauren has worked in Brodie Arts & Crafts for the last 8 summers and is currently the head of Brodie. Her father and 3 brothers have all come to Camp, but she has the longest consecutive summer run in the family! Lauren and her husband Peter Maiurano live in the Boston area where she is a teacher at the Fessenden School.
#17425 Matt Ator, 2009
Matt or “Matador” went to camp as a camper through leader and staff member who most recently led the German Exchange trip in 2011. He also designed the Last Whistle for several years and helped with our publications department. Matt is currently at teacher and coach at the Hun School in Princeton, NJ.