As my first assignment in JMC 317 - Electronic Media Principles, I wrote about my digital DNA. This is a long one, so be ready to sit for a little while.
I teamed up with another videographer, Laurel Drain, to shoot this man-on-the-street video that explored different students' plans for Valentine's Day.
The purpose of this video was to spread the word that Wildcat Week leaders were looking for more students to become members of the steering committee during the freshman orientation that occurs the week before the fall semester starts.
Rechartered female social club Zeta Rho has always done spring rushing, and this year they are looking for more members to join.
After months of construction, the new counseling and financial aid offices were finally finished and open for students.
Every year many students from different ethnicities come together to put on a show that demonstrates their culture through music, dance, and clothing from each culture.
The 2016 Presidential Election was right around the corner, and was a hot topic all around campus. I teamed up with another videographer to film this man-on-the-street video that showcases different students' feelings about the election and the candidates they were going to vote for.
This past year, ACU began construction on the new football stadium, our first on-campus one. One way that the university wanted to commemorate the stadium to ACU football signs was by having community members, students, and faculty sign a beam that would sit on the highest spot of the press box.
I got an email recently from my supervisor about an article from 1997 that has some great tips for shooting news video, despite some old references.
My second video for The Optimist was a collaboration with another videographer. We were filming Fall Stomp, an annual fall semester event hosted by Abilene Christian's swing dancing club.