Portland is a beautiful city

let the photos speak for themselves!

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Can’t read my, can’t read my, no he can’t read my…poker fingers?

I took a class called Editing the Moving Image this semester and the first video assignment we had was to edit footage (and sync up all the audio which had been recorded separately) to a short film noir piece called “Poker Fingers.” The film was originally shot as a project between Elon University students and faculty and a production crew in Yanceyville studio.

Thanksgiving at the Beach

So i went to the beach with my whole big extended family for Thanksgiving.  A lot of the pics i took were snapshots and/or cheesy family portraits so I’ll spare you from seeing all of those.  Here instead are a couple of shots I took that I rather like.

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Me in the Media

The funny thing about being a communications major involved in campus media organizations is that when you are doing the news, the general rule is you can’t be IN the news. Funnily enough, I have been news stories in both Phoenix14 news (campus news show) and the Pendulum (school newspaper).

This is a news package that reporter Sophie Nielsen-Kolding did about me.

Here is an article about me that was published last year in the Pendulum.

Mini Cooper Ad

For my TV production class, we were given the assignment to create sound for a 30 second Mini Cooper car commercial.  We had to get all the necessary sound effects and make our own music from Soundtrack Pro.  I got the inspiration for my edited piece from the car chase scene in Bourne Identity, where Matt Damon is racing away as fast as he can in a tiny red car to get away from the bad guys.

 

Alex Trice goes down…

Some people don’t realise how dangerous multimedia journalism can be. Especially when you’re the online editor of your school newspaper, and you’re down on the stadium field, filming the football game.  You’re so focused on your shot, disaster can strike you unexpectedly. See case in point…