This was my final project for my Photojournalism class my sophomore year at Champlain College. The assignment was to do a project on a person or place, that tells a story. I chose to follow a former teacher I had the previous semester and tell a story of how she goes from teacher to news anchor. Kristin Kelly was a Electronic Media Writing teacher at Champlain College, as well as a co-anchor for the 6 o'clock news on Channel 3 WCAX. I used photography to tell the story of what a day looks like for her, and I also added small captions that are always found in news print.
This is a project I did for my Art class in Dublin Ireland. This assignment was all about photography as an art form. I created this book to show how photographs can tell a story and are also great at helping to tell a story. I also used this assignment to showcase some of the images I was most proud of taking over my four months of study abroad. (Each image is a page from my photojournal.
(Oh, The Places You'll Go! is by Dr. Seuss and belongs to him. All background text is the book and I in no way own it or pretend to. This was an assignment for school and is not being sold or reproduced in any way)
Seuss. Oh, the Places You'll Go! New York: Random House, 1990. Print.*
This is a music video I had to create for my Video Communications class in my junior year at Champlain College. I shot all the video for it using my Cannon Rebel T2i. Then I edited all of the shots together to create the video using Final Cut Pro. I am really happy with the outcome of this video because along with meeting the criteria of the assignment, the video tells a story and show my strong photography/videography capabilities.
This is a video I did for my final project for my videocommunications project my junior year at Champlain College. I interviewed different workers and supervisors at Champlain College's Champ Support. The point of the video was to inform people about the Rowell Annex building and how it houses Help desk (computer tech help) and Media Services (equipment rentals, event support). I had a lot of fun filming this video and then editing it all together to create a story and project I was happy with.