This is an article I wrote for Spoon LSU. Barcadia invited some members of the Spoon team to try their new menu items. I wrote an article on the items we tried, based off of our opinion of the food. It was great working with Barcadia’s team to make this happen. Spoon LSU loves teaming up with local businesses, especially when the food is as dank as Barcadia’s.
I have been a member of Spoon LSU since September of 2015. I was named Editorial Director in January of 2016, which is my current position until the end of the calendar year. I have written numerous article that have been posted on the national and local level.
Which LSU Bar Are You? This quiz generated more than 23,000 page views. In the big picture, this number is a little more than half of LSU’s student body for that school year!
The 8 Most Essential Mardi Gras Eats Being from New Orleans, this was an easy and fun article to contribute to. Hannah Rote and I collaborated on this Mardi Gras feature. This local article produced a around 2,000 views.
A Definitive Ranking of Baton Rouge Fried Chicken This was a comparison of the typical, popular college student chicken restaurants.
7 Fine Dining Rules You Probably Didn’t Know Know how to properly cut the cheese at the table? It’s not what you think. This article explores fine dining rules of the 21st century.
What Grub Spot On Campus Are You? Just a short quiz based on your zodiac sign, comparing each sign with an LSU grub spot.
Is It Better To Drink Water Cold Or At Room Temperature? I’ve asked this question a million times, so I decided to do a little research.
For Intro to film, FMA 2001, we had to make 2 films. For the first, it was to be a short film. The theme of the film was “miscommunication.” Everything we did in production and every question we had while filming, we asked ourselves how we could effectively portray this theme.
Two students in the same class were meeting up to study for an upcoming test. The boy in the film came prepared to study, while the girl thought of the meeting as a “study date.” She brought no paper, textbook, or backpack to the coffee shop to study with. Eventually, the girl finds out that this isn’t the date she was expecting and the boy has other plans.
We wanted to portray their feelings without showing their faces and facial expressions. This was quite a challenge. I edited the video together and worked as a PA, writer, and did a little directing on set.
I wish we would have got different shots, had more time to rehearse scenes, and had used more equipment, like mics.
Internet dating, especially sites like Tinder and Bumble is huge among millennials. We wanted to sit down with students and ask them questions about the site and personal experiences. We interviewed any willing participant we knew.
The Right Swipe explored questions like What do you gain from using Tinder? Do you take internet dating seriously? Is internet dating a legitimate way to meet someone? Would you rely on internet dating to find someone?
I edited the entire project in one day in about 8-9 hours using Adobe PremierePro CC.
This is another project I created for MC 2015, Visual Communication. I took these photos on my iPhone 6 while visiting Charleston. I used Adobe InDesign and Photoshop to create my project. We were told to create a photo essay using 5 pictures and some 50 characters of text. The essay could cover anything.
Being someone interested in travel and food, I decided to use photographs I took on a previous trip to Charleston. I fell in love with the southern city and decided to use Charleston for the class’ final project.
This was a project for MC 2015, Visual Communication. This was one of my first times using Adobe. The purpose of this project was to create a new flier for the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication that effective translated the “1, 2, 3’s of a Manship Education.”
I created this flyer using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop.
I wish I had added more texture to the background, instead of plain white.