Digital Video Intern for NOVA at WGBH and PBS, the nation's most-watched prime time science series.

Worked directly with producers to create the first documentary for the What the Physics?! series. Set up shoots in Chicago, NY, and MA, assisted with script editing, learned full ops of the Canon C200 and C300. Helped edit raw footage to produce a rough cut.

Selected and repackaged segments of film from the Summer of Space series.

Content Production Intern for Jobcase, Inc. Devised and produced the social content series #LifeAtJobcase for release on LinkedIn and YouTube.

Recorded 27 preliminary interviews with office staff, chose themes for first-round videos, scouted locations, directed film crew, and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro. Designed static posts and content calendar for use across platforms.

Independently produced a series on prepping for interviews for wide release.

Production Assistant Fellow for Connecting Point at WGBY and PBS, a magazine-style program covering Western New England.

Find and research stories for broadcast and digital consumption. Assist producers and talent during studio and field shoots, coordinate scripts, log and edit footage. Create multimedia content for release on digital and social media.

Producer and videographer for the Union Video Center, UMass Amherst's student-run television station.

Worked with a small team to produce Inside UMass, the station's first  documentary series that highlights student groups at UMass.

Shoot Yak Back!, a weekly comedic sketch show. Produce on-the-spot "roves," interviewing students and covering campus events for live broadcast.

Video Editor and TV producer for the Amherst Wire, the award-winning, digital-first publication for the UMass Journalism Department.

Oversee and mentor multimedia reporters, with final release responsibility for all videos.

Direct Ask UMass, a video series that explores student opinion and campus news. Train team members and help them produce news clips and packages.

Anchor for WMUA News, one of the nation's few remaining daily, student-run news broadcasts.

Research, write, and report local, national, and global stories. Tape and edit field interviews using Tascam and Adobe Audition.

Run the soundboard for broadcasts which I am not hosting. Mentor junior reporters on writing for radio and running sound equipment. Proofread content.

Correspondent for The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, New England's largest, student-run daily newspaper. Report on local events and write long-form, research-based stories.

Edit and fact check stories in AP style. Shoot accompanying photos and video.

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Began as a dancer on this award-winning fusion team. Saw the need for a social media presence and became PR Director, developing and publishing scheduled content. Saw subscriber counts and organic engagement triple over two years.

Became Vice President and Multimedia Editor. Direct, shoot and edit all promotional video. Plan out and run practices, mix music, manage outside bookings/logistics.

Social Media and Outreach Coordinator for UMass Residential Life. Create photo and video content to promote campus life across multiple social media channels. Design graphics for contests, informational postings, and advertising purposes.

Develop extended social media campaigns to reach campus community. Organize and schedule via Hootsuite and Buffer.

Editorial Intern for the UMass Transportation Center and Baystate Roads,an organization dedicated to transportation engineering and traffic safety.

Film and edit technical, training, and informational videos for state transportation workers and municipal employees to be released on the UMTC website. Conduct research and interviews, write articles for M3, UMTC's monthly bulletin.

Apprentice Artist turned Staff Photographer for this regional, touring ballet company.

Photograph performances for use in digital and print marketing, as well as social media.