Doing it live

For this blog post, we were tasked with producing and editing a informational journalistic style video on a newsworthy topic. I chose to report on an option not many students consider as an avenue after graduation: attending law school. You can view my video on YouTube here: What I enjoyed most about this assignment was […]

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Check out my Instagram here! Prior to this assignment, I had experience using social media a decent amount, namely Instagram, for exactly what it was for, sharing moments and staying in touch with family and friends. In terms of Canva, I had no experience using the program itself, although I have used similar graphic design […]

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College Budget Car Repair

We can all agree on one thing: cars can be super expensive. Whether this comes in the form of insurance, repairs, routine maintenance, or a combination of the countless different costs that can stem from simply owning a car. For students, this is not always ideal. In many cases, money as well as time are […]

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Tweeting It LIVE

For my live-tweeting assignment, in which we had to attend, and live-tweet a noteworthy event, I covered a guest speaker at the University, author and humorist Dave Barry, while he talked in the Union Ballroom Thursday, April 18th. The tweets in question can be found here. For this assignment I tried to use a more […]

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Flippin’ Whips

Raw Audio Interview Final Edited Interview Doing this interview for me was a first, that is, it was a first recording and questioning someone on the record. Despite this new territory I found interviewing someone and recording their story very interesting and fun. I tried my best to allow the discussion to be as casual […]

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Food Independence

In the whirling hurricanes that can often can describe the daily lives of many college students, it can be easy to overlook a very essential, and seemingly difficult skill in between, school, work, and an array of other activities: shopping for groceries, and cooking at home. A concerning amount of students are inexperienced at buying […]

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Journaling Photos

Turbulence I came upon this sports-action shot through working this mens game for my athletics marketing internship, the whole stadium was pretty riled up, creating a rather electric feel to the event at this moment, where the score at this point was 37-37 in UNLVs favor. This shot was one of many I took at […]

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Neat Snaps

Recently I have chosen five interesting pictures differing in style and device from a vast array of shots I have taken over the last few days. The primary creative device for this shot to me seems to be Leading┬áLines. This is due to the middle wooden beam extending towards the wall, acting as a hypothetical […]

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An introductory blog

Since starting multimedia production as well as reading example blogs and other information listed in the class syllabus, it is now clear to me what I hope to learn and improve upon. Specifically, topics that have piqued my interest are video and photo editing, areas that I have had some experience in, but hope to […]

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