Ronald Albert is a filmmaker, wedding, music videographer, editor, and freelance photographer who has been photographing events at World Garden Commons. Born in South Sudan, Ronald and his family moved to the USA in 1998 and settled in Fargo, ND where he currently lives.
An image taken by Ronald Albert, Amu Productions is featured on page 19 in the catalogue for “Jackie Brookner: Of Nature” an exhibition at Wave Hill, Bronx, NY. The first retrospective to trace the expansive work of Jackie Brookner, curated by Amy Lipton and Jennifer McGregor is open from September 13-December 4, 2016.
Ronald has been photographing people during Community Table, volunteer activities and other community events at The Fargo Project World Garden Commons.
After graduating from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a Bachelor in Film Production and Minor in Graphic Communication, he started his film career as a camera operator and teleprompter at Prairie Public Television. Later he worked as an editor at Prairie Heights Community church.
Ronald recently started working at KVRR TV as a master controller. During his free time, he films music videos and does freelance photography. Ronald decided that preserving memories for families is what he wants to do, so in 2015 Ronald started Amu Production. His images for The Fargo Project at World Garden Commons captures a colorful and vibrant community.