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Self-Defense (Video, Spring 2016)**

Video about various self-defense methods available for students. Includes footage of UT’s Aikido Club practice and  a self-defense session hosted by Sure Shots Gun League as well as interviews with members and leaders of both organizations.

JBG Farms (Video, Spring 2016)*

Video on local organic producer provider Johnson’s Backyard Garden made as part of a package with a written story, photos, and infographics for my Spring 2016 Portfolio class. Filmed and edited with Kristen Hubby and Taylor Villareal.

ASL in American Theatre (Video, Spring 2016)*

Video story taking a look at the experiences of deaf and hard of hearing actors in theatre. Made as part of a full package with a written story, photos, and infographics for my Spring 2016 Portfolio class. Filmed and edited with Kristen Hubby, Jayelyn Jackson, and Taylor Villareal.

Everyday Should Feel This Good (Video, Summer 2015)**

Video made for a Vineyard Vines Whale Representative application. Shot on location in Laredo, Texas at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park showcasing a perfect summer day at the lake.

Ghosts (Video, Fall 2013)*

Video done for Reporting Images about paranormal experiences in and around Austin, Texas. Includes interviews with various people who’ve had paranormal experiences and footage of a ghost tour in Austin.

Fosters (Video, Fall 2013)*

A short video done for Reporting Images about the foster pet community in Austin, Texas.
Includes interviews with pet foster parents, and footage shot at Austin Pets Alive!

Austin Sets Scene for Local Music (Video, Spring 2013)*

Austin is widely known as the “Live Music Capital of the World.” Bands travel far and wide to perform in this city, often overshadowing local bands.
However, local bands are given chances to shine as well, if on a smaller scale. Events like Fast Forward Austin feature local musicians and also bring in obscure bands from other areas, creating great networking and collaboration opportunities. Similarly, record stores here in Austin such as Waterloo Records and End of an Ear work with local bands to sell CDs, organize launch parties and host signings.
Local bands are not frequently given the opportunity to perform in famous venues such as Stubb’s Bar-B-Q or Emo’s, and must settle for smaller bars and clubs throughout Austin on nights encouraging local bands to take the stage.
The live music scene is one of the many factors that draws people to Austin, giving local bands a head start in reaching audiences open to new and unusual music.
(Done with Sarah Talaat and Alex Cannon)

* = Made using Final Cut Pro & Audacity
** = Made using iMovie
*** =  Made using Adobe Premiere Pro