I have accomplished projects on a variety of media platforms. Here are some examples of my writing, photography and video skills. I enjoy constantly challenging myself and learning new techniques. I have communicated using different techniques and have developed the skills of storytelling that captures an audience.

Video Projects

This video was a project from the Army Corps of Engineers. I joined a team of people to help co-produced and co-edited together this video of a mock breaking news scenario of students finding old ammunition. It is used as an effective way of communicating the dangers of explosive safety.

During the recording, I was chosen to star as Reporter Meredith May, because of my background in journalism. Click here to see some of the publicity following this video.

I produced, shot and edited this video as a promotional technique for People at Play. This is just one of the many videos that I produced to help market the company.

I was a “one-man band reporter” for this package covering a new website launch at UCF. I shot, wrote and edited this piece. This is just one of the many stories I have covered for the UCF community.

This edition of UCF Knightly News on October 12, 2012 shows my on camera communication skills and quick thinking when technology fails. This video is currently nominated for the AP College Award, Best TV Newscast. Go UCF Knightly News!!

I wrote the teases, edited the video and reported the information for this UCF Knightly News Update. This is just one of several webcast updates that I did to keep the UCF community engaged and up to date.

For more of the videos I have created, visit my YouTube Channel or visit People at Play.


Online Writing

Some of my writing for UCF Knightly News following the guidelines of AP format:


To see my story and video on Racing to the Top, click here.

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To see my story and photos on Soldiers Creek Mountain Bike Trail, click here.

Outdoor Adventure

To see the full story on An Outdoor Adventure, click here.

To see the full story on Hidden History in Central Florida, click here.


Here’s my article for Her Campus, to see the full article click here.