Here you will find a sample of work I’ve done in my extra-curriculars as well as my internships. These samples are mini-case studies of my work in digital media.
My job is to demystify technology. I found the most successful way to do that is to explain new things through the lens of things people are already familiar with. This time the technology was Facebook Timeline, and the familiar lens was Mad Men’s iconic Carousel scene. [More]
As the Intern Team Leader at TalentCulture, I helped conceptualize, create and market the company blog. We’ve compiled a very talented blogging team made up of hiring industry veterans and young careerists. The TalentCulture blog is now a leading online resource for HR professionals, college students and everyone in between. [More]
Boston University’s PRSSA Chapter was behind the curve in the digital space when I came in as executive Vice President. I grabbed my Flipcam and started making short videos for our members and our blog. We’ve received some very valuable attention as a result of the YouTube Channel I created. [More]
I interned in the fall of 2009 with a parent company called TeamBonding. They launched a new branch that hosted chocolate-making workshops and walking chocolate tours of Boston. I made this video to help promote the new business. Launching the content in the digital space yielded some impressive results. [More]
Over the past several years, Internet video has taken off! Over 25 hours of video footage are uploaded to YouTube every second. The corporate endorsement of Hulu last year was eye-opening. Now, Blu-Ray players stream Internet video right to our home televisions. With the rise of Internet video in mind, I have sharpened my video production skills. [More]