Pieces written during my 2020 summer internship with CNN Underscored, a division of CNN that acts as a guide to everyday products and services that helps consumers live a smarter, simpler and more fulfilling life.
Peabody Awards Agency
Two unpublished pieces written during my time working as an intern for the Peabody Awards Agency in the Spring of 2020.
The stories highlight materials from the Peabody archive at the University of Georgia and touch upon themes and topics that have been discussed through media recognized by the Peabody Awards.
Various Written Works
A comprehensive list of all my work.
This includes written and multimedia works crafted during my time as a contributor and staff writer for the Culture desk at The Red & Black, the University of Georgia's independent student-run news organization, but also works written for class, both published and unpublished.
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Travel Writing Articles
Works published during my time working as a Grady Newsource travel journalist during my study abroad in Munich, Germany, in the spring of 2019.
The first is a written piece on the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism.
The second is a multi-media piece covering the rise of student climate change activism in Munich.
Grady Newsource Live Broadcasts
Clips from my work as a technical manager for the live Grady Newsource broadcast produced by students at UGA's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Roles performed include:
live show director
live shot manager
camera, audio, prompter and playback operator
Below are links to some examples of the shows I've directed, including a post-show critique for our Daily Grady Newsource Broadcast.
AisleTags Business Plan
AisleTags is a fictional grocery assistant app I developed for my Entrepreneurial Journalism class. Each student was tasked with creating an app or business and conducting audience and market research in order to produce a functional business plan and prototype. Final projects were presented virtually through pitch videos submitted along with the plan of each student.