Santa Clara Magazine

Feature Contributors

 

DENIS CONCORDEL

photographed Santa Clara women’s soccer for “Season tough.” 


 

MITCH FINLEY ’73

wrote “Rebound,” a profile of Liz Bruno ’82, M.A. ’86. A longtime contributor to this magazine, he is the author of more than 30 books on Catholic themes, including The Rosary Handbook: A Guide for Newcomers, Old-Timers, and Those in Between and The Joy of Being Catholic.


 

DON JEDLOVEC

photographed Brandon Clark ’15 for our back cover. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, and in many local publications and venues.


 

LEE DANIEL KRAVETZ M.A. ’13

wrote “Use these powers for good.” He has written for television and print, including the New York Times, Psychology Today, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He and David Feldman, associate professor of counseling psychology at SCU, teamed up to write the book Supersurvivors: The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success. Read more at leedanielkravetz.com.


 

MICHAEL C. MCCARTHY, S.J. ’87, M.DIV. ’97

wrote “The fragility of faith.” He is the Edmund Campion, S.J., University Professor at SCU with joint appointments in the Religious Studies and Classics departments. He is also the executive director of Santa Clara University’s Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.


 

ROSS P. MULHAUSEN

photographed Liz Bruno for “Rebound.” For the past decade he’s served as photographer for the University of Puget Sound, and he has 10 years’ experience running his own studio. “There are many challenges dealing with individual personalities, locations, and an assortment of conditions,” he says, “but I find it gratifying when all the pieces come together. It was a pleasure meeting and photographing Liz Bruno for this issue and I came away with great admiration for her service.”


 

MARK SMITH

illustrated our cover as well as the feature “The fragility of faith.” You may have seen his work for the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Financial Times, Penguin, Simon & Schuster, and many others. He is based in Devon, England.