I was hired to make a promotional video for the BALSA Foundation, a nonprofit that offers idea and financial support to first-time entrepreneurs in St. Louis, in the spring of 2016. I taught myself how to use Adobe Aftereffects to make motion graphics specifically for this project.
The BALSA Foundation
In the fall of 2014, I organized and photographed a whiteboard campaign aimed at starting a campus-wide conversation about feminism. We stationed multiple photographers around campus in a variety of high-traffic areas. The project, which saw over 200 participants, obtained a Facebook post reach of greater than 96,000.
A brief series shot at a Taco Bell.
For the 2014-2015 academic year, I served as Public Relations Coordinator for Washington University's chapter of V-Day, a national organization that fights for the rights of women and vagina-owning individuals by staging a yearly production of the Vagina Monologues. I ran our social media accounts, branded our chapter, contacted local women's organizations and raised over $7,000 for our beneficiary of choice, the YWCA Sexual Assault Center.
Tribute to Robin Williams
As part of my responsibilities as an intern for the Daily Disco, I styled and photographed pins.