ExTV Staff

Meet the Team Behind ExTV

Sabrina Chan – Station Manager

Sabrina Chan is born and raised in New York City and currently a senior at SAIC. Her artwork mainly consists of video, found object, and drawing. As ExTV’s station manager, Sabrina oversees the team’s day to day operations, such as checking the status of new online and offline programs and coordinating ExTV-sponsored activities, such as ExFEST and Poly Play.

Wayne P. Tate – Outreach Coordinator

As the outreach coordinator, Wayne curates the campus monitor programs and is responsible for maintaining the ExTV’s brand at SAIC. Wayne manages the social media outlets and makes sure the site is always up to date.

Kristina Tokar – Production Manager

Kristina Tokar is a junior at SAIC, from South Florida, with a strong focus in Film, Video, and Animation. She is interested in using the personal to emphasize and highlight the beliefs, problems, and prejudices of society as a whole. Her work explores topics that effect thought processes and identity such as relationships for example family and friends, popular and counterculture, and significant experiences such as coming of age. As the production manager, Kristina mainly oversees ExTV’s video production curates online and offline exhibitions from student work, as well as maintaining the team’s schedule and organizing upcoming events.

Diana Ryu – Digital Media Manager

Diana Ryu is from South Korea and currently a senior in the BAVCS program. She has been taking classes in different departments but mostly been focusing on film and trying to create film installations. As the digital media manager, Diana makes sure that all student submissions to ExTV are received and archived. She assists with in-house file management and backs everything up, making sure our database is up to date.

Emily Martin – Production Assistant

Born and raised in Michigan, Emily Martin is a first year graduate student in the Arts Administration & Policy and Modern & Contemporary Art History dual degree program. She received her B.A. at the University of Michigan in Screen Arts & Cultures and International Studies with a minor in Francophone Studies. Her interests include experimental film, video art, film studies, and film festivals. As well, she is a practicing artist focusing on experimental film discussing themes of identity, pop culture, and the politics of spectatorship. As the production assistant, Emily helps the team by documenting events, fine-tuning aspects of projects in motion, and coming up with new ideas for projects in the seeable future.”