Here is a second blog that I completed for class. The topic of the blog is "College Prep." As a first generation student with limited resources for entering college, I know how tough things can be. This blog is meant to provide general assistance to High School Seniors or non-traditional students researching college. The blog also … Continue reading College Prep Blog
Greyscale Brightens Campus with Luminosty Performance This article was published Nov. 19, 2017. This was the first article I had published.
ETSU Community Honors MLK Legacy Through Non-Profits and Volunteer Work This article was published Jan. 23, 2018 in print and on the web.
For a project in a Multimedia Production course I maintained a WordPress blog. The topic was the history of East Tennessee State University. It involved taking several photographs of the campus. Pictured here is Reece Museum.
My Body My Art Complete Idea This is the result of a project for a Survey of Promotion course. The main idea is for two companies to collaborate for a campaign. Included is a SWOT analysis, SM strategy, audience identifications and statistics, etc.
This photograph captured a very special moment in my life. Taken with Canon Rebel T5i.
Gaming Communities Halloween Recruitment This was an idea created for a Survey of Promotion course. Later on, ETSU Gaming Communities utilized this plan as part of their end of semester recruitment for new members.
While operating my blog about the East Tennessee State University, I often came across trash littered across campus. It inspired me to start my own small photography campaign titled "Jimmy and John Trash the World." The main idea is that every Jimmy and John that chooses to litter is choosing to harm the world.
Biltmore Seasonal Event Idea This was a project for my Writing in PR course. I am in no way affiliated with Biltmore Estates. The purpose of this proposal is to complement Biltmore's current holiday specials but adds a more authentic feel for customers.
These photographs are from ETSU Gaming Communities meetings. I took these photographs as part of my responsibilities as the club's PR Manager. These images were later used in a Dreamweaver website created for the club and several slideshows for recruitment.