I compiled a reel of my best (in my opinion) broadcast and multimedia stories. Check it out! I would love any feedback. And don’t forget to check out my other videos on my Vimeo page!
The number of transportation options for Edgewater residents extends far and wide, but they do not cater to wheelchair users in the area. Since most of the Red Line stations in the area do not have elevators, wheelchair users must stick to the Chicago Transit Authority buses and more expensive PACE Paratransit buses. The CTA hopes to add elevators to most of the north stations in the upcoming years. For now, wheelchair users must roll with the punches.
First quick turn project for my Journalism 322 class. It was shot, edited, dubbed and written in three hours in February.
Bea Sullivan-Knoff is much more than meets the eye. The playwright/slam poet/actor recently had a life-changing trip to Argentina and came back a completely different human being. Check out my profile on her, featured on the Northwestern News Network’s “Student Spotlight,” segment.
Check out my October package broadcasted on the Northwestern News Network about the American Planning Association naming Central Street in Evanston one of the 10 great neighborhoods in the United States.
The video also features my first time anchoring a newscast and my first stand-up!
Link to the full broadcast is here: http://www.nnntv.org/default.aspx?id=224889