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The culmination of the Emerson Entrepreneurial Studies (E3) Students' year long experience in entrepreneurship, showcases their video pitches for individual startup ventures developed during the program. This year, the annual pitch competition event was virtual due to the pandemic restraints in the U.S. and across the world. But that didn't stop the resilient E3 students from delivering creative and impactful startup ideas in a virtual competition. Watch the video with all the elements of what would have been the big event on campus celebrating student entrepreneurs at Emerson College. Cash awards are presented to the top three student ventures, scored by a panel of external judges. In Addition, one student is awarded a $1,500 scholarship fund, chosen by the E3 Program Director and Assistant Dean, Lu Ann Reeb and the E3 cohort choses the recipient of the Entrepreneurial Spirit award.
2020-06-12 - 2020-06-13
This video was created for my final project in Ken Cheeseman's Acting for the Camera class. It is made up of footage I took leaving my 3 week quarantine in Boston, briefly stopping at my grandparents' house in Delaware, and finally arriving home in Chesterfield, VA where I am now. The project was inspired by the limitations I have experienced in learning how to create film and most notably the restrictions on movement given the circumstances of quarantine.
A lab director at Brigham & Women's hospital, Melissa 'Lis' Gorman's hand washing protocol is so intensive that she moisturizes her hands every night after work to repair the cracked and dry skin.
An experimental short film/art vlog documenting the transition between leaving Boston and arriving back home in Tucson
2020-06-12 - 2020-06-14
This is a fiction story that I wrote for my Art of Fiction class. I first wrote a nonfiction piece about my experience at home during COVID-19, then turned that piece into a fictional piece. In the nonfiction piece, I describe how my mother has taken to baking bread, and in the second piece I turn this idea of baking into a crazy tale... I don't want to give away the ending! I had a lot of fun writing this piece, and it has been a good way to cope with being home during this surreal time. Writing fictional tales is like an escape from the current situation of the world, and I will be writing many more pieces in the future!
This is a stream-of-consciousness-esque poem that embodies the frustration I was feeling. People dying each day from COVID-19. Black individuals dying at the hands of the police. The realization that we cannot trust the government to make the right decisions to protect us.
Jim Hoppe, Dean of Campus Life, congratulates Class of 2020 seniors.
A nonfiction account of my plane flight back home.
A personal narrative on how COVID-19 has affected my college life and ELA experience.
Part 1) Is a 1st-person nonfiction narrative account of my experience back to Boston from Phoenix during this unsettling time of the Covid-19 pandemic. Part 2) Written in a fantastical alternate point-of-view that can read as “autobiographical fiction.”
About the Coronavirus
A fictional account of my plane ride back home
As the Video Production Manager in the Office of Marketing, I worked with the Annual Giving team to produce this video thanking donors who collectively contributed over $75,000 to help students get home safely and supply them with the necessary tools to complete their coursework.