This page highlights some of the work I have done in video, photo and graphic design. To view some of my best and favorite photography I encourage everyone to visit my Prague Blog from my summer study abroad in 2012.
The Perfect Adjective for These Murals: Austintatious
I designed an interactive of this image that’s viewable on on ThingLink.com for a multimedia package in my Journalism Portfolio class in spring 2014.
Believe it or not…The Museum of Weird exists in Downtown Austin
I shot and edited this video for a multimedia package in Journalism Portfolio.
A Performer’s Paradise
Another video I shot and edited for a multimedia package in Journalism Portfolio.
I shot, produced and edited this video for the intense multimedia class in UT’s School of Journalism called Reporting: Images. I interviewed farmers and ranchers back at my hometown in the Texas country.
I designed this info graphic to accompany a story I wrote for a city government assignment in a reporting class at UT. The story focused on the city of Austin’s intent to hire environmental consultants to survey for the presence of two endangered birds, the golden-cheeked warbler and the black-capped vireo, on land owned by the city. I designed the graphic using http://www.easel.ly to compare to the two bird species being surveyed.
I shot, produced and edited this video for the intense multimedia class in UT’s School of Journalism called Reporting: Images. I traveled to two of the Johnson’s Backyard Garden locations to interview participants.
I produced this audio slideshow in March 2012 for the College of Natural Sciences Office of Communications. I conducted the interview, edited the audio using Audacity, and chose and arranged the photos in SoundSlides. Alex Wang, the office’s photo intern, took the photos. During the interview Da’Marcus mentioned he could sing and in a burst of inspiration I asked him to sing the UT school song, “The Eyes of Texas,” which open and closed the piece nicely. The video was selected to be featured on the main UT webpage. It can be found at the following links: http://www.utexas.edu/know/2012/05/14/science_song_baymon/