November 6, 2014

Waves

  The Waves, music video, was an individual class project for Field Video Production for Communication Design, Media Arts. The story is about a girl who is trying to drift away from her problems and enjoying the peacefulness of Lake Tahoe. I found the location, wrote the storyboard, directed, and […]
November 4, 2014

4 Common Misconceptions About Public Relations

      Public relations receives a scarce amount of public attention, if it’s done right. The PR that we hear about most often is negative which has allowed the public to develop misconceptions about the nature of PR and the people who practice it. Here are four of the […]
October 28, 2014

5 words and phrases to remove from your PR palette

As public relations professionals in training, it’s no secret that we like to talk, a lot. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. After all, you don’t find too many wallflowers in the world of PR. With that said, it’s important to replace stale phrases and overused jargon when […]
October 21, 2014

How To: Stay Organized and Dominate Senior Year

For most people senior year is completely different from all their previous years as a student. Often seniors find themselves juggling a full course-load, a part-time job and an internship. With school, work and an internship, you might feel like your head is about to explode and now you have […]
September 30, 2014

LinkedIn Grad Guide

        If you’re a recent college grad, or will be graduating in December like myself, searching for your first “real” job can be overwhelmingly terrifying. However, LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can make the search less intimidating by allowing you to simply continue something you’re probably […]
September 23, 2014

Digital Media: Breaking Through the Noise

        In today’s world consumers are bombarded with promotional content at every turn, click and “Like” from the second they wake up to the minute before they fall asleep. We wake up and check our phones. We are going to bed and we are on our phone. Then add […]