I am a Multi-Media Developer in the Communications department of the Fulton Schools of Engineering. Recent work experience has involved working at the Enterprise Marketing Hub as a video producer and with ASU Media Relations producing news stories, marketing video productions as well as Sun Devil athletics video productions that included athlete showcase videos, PAC 12 videos focusing on ASU, and the opportunity to shoot on the field at most ASU home games. My career at ASU began with a job offer to work at IT/IS and UTO as a video producer while completing a Master of Mass Communication degree at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Over a 10-year span, I had the opportunity to travel to various countries including Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Peru, and Turkey documenting student teaching opportunities for ASU students. I also had the privilege of working with under-served Migrant education and Native American students teaching video production and multi-media skills. My journalism career pre-ASU involved work as a news editor and videographer at KOLD TV 13 in Tucson, eventually moving on to KTVK TV 3 in Phoenix and finally to KNXV TV 15 where I completed an encompassing journalism career of 10 years. After graduating with a B.A. in Broadcast journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Telecommunication in 1990, I worked for a short time in Los Angeles on multiple film projects as an assistant in set design and as a runner for a production company. I have been involved in video and film production since working as a production assistant on the film “Stacking” shot in Montana in 1986. Recently, I received my second graduate degree with a Master of Arts degree in Museum Studies from the School of Human Evolution and Social Change focusing on media in museums.
Documentary Research and Film Production.