A Wrinkle in Time Ch. 5 Summary
CLIENT: Study.com ROLE(S): Instructional Video Editor OBJECTIVE: Instructional video for study.com e-learning environment.
CLIENT: Queens University of Charlotte ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor; Script Writer; Creative Director OBJECTIVE: This five-part series documents a public art collaboration between Queens University, Mint Museum Uptown, and artist Nick Napoletano.
CLIENT: Personal Project ROLE(S): Script Writer; Videographer; Video Editor; Creative Director OBJECTIVE: This visual poem explores intimate truths about the self that live in the unconscious mind and reveal themselves through dreams AWARDS/ACCOLADES: Winner: Best Student Film 2015, 100 Words Film Festival; Official Selection: 2016 North Portland Unknown Film Festival; Official Selection: 2017 New York Short Film and Screenplay Competition
Critical Thought Symposium
CLIENT: Queens University of Charlotte ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor; Interviewer; Director OBJECTIVE: This promotional video for a pilot academic program of the College of Arts and Sciences—called the Critical Thought Symposium—covers the planning, execution, and post-mortem analysis of a real-world scenario-simulation event.
Grasping for Grades
CLIENT: Undergraduate Capstone Project ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor; Script Writer; Animator OBJECTIVE: This autoethnographic documentary tells the story of a parent advocating for her disabled child's self-advocacy within the school system.
CLIENT: Queens University of Charlotte/100 Words Film Festival ROLE(S): Videographer; Script Writer; Video Editor; Original Score Collaborator OBJECTIVE: This is a charity film for Time Out Youth, a nonprofit organization devoted to empowering LGBTQ youth.
CLIENT: Project for News Production class at Queens University ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor; Script Writer; Interviewer; Researcher; Director OBJECTIVE: This VOSOT (Voice Over/Sound on Tape) news story package sheds light on the growing use of kratom, and destructive misinformation about kratom that popular media perpetuates. AWARDS/ACCOLADES: Nominee—Radio Television Digital News Association of the Carolinas (RTDNAC) Award
CLIENT: Project for News Production class at Queens University ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor: Script Writer; Interviewer; Researcher OBJECTIVE: This VOSOT (Voice Over/Sound on Tape) news story package profiles Community Culinary—a nonprofit organization that provides people with socio-economic disadvantages a free culinary education and high-wage employment opportunities.
Women's March on Charlotte 2017
CLIENT: Personal Project ROLE(S): Videographer; Video Editor; Interviewer OBJECTIVE: This virtual walk-through conveys the experience of participating in the Women's March on Charlotte; for social media distribution.
Peaceful protest in Charlotte, N.C. led by Black Lives Matter organization.
Silent Vigil for Keith Scott
Event at Queens University of Charlotte to memorialize Keith Scott and create awareness for fatalities of innocent people due to police shooting.
A visual tour of one of the oldest homes in Charleston, S.C.
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GENRE: Blog DESCRIPTION: [Taken from site] "I started this blog on my 35th birthday. I’m making a commitment to forty year old Holly that she won’t look back over her last five years with the recognition that she could’ve done more but just didn’t. That’s what year36 is about. I’ve got a whole laundry list of things I want to try, learn, and experience, and I’m going to record it all, here."
College with Kids
GENRE: Blog/Ebook DESCRIPTION: Called, "your guide for having it all, doing it well, and staying sane in the process," this site is a guidebook for single parents facing the tough task of getting a college degree.
Grasping for Grades
GENRE: Blog/Documentary/Research DESCRIPTION: This site examines the "Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Problem" and one family's attempt at solving it.