I acted as producer and editor for Studio B Sessions Season 3 at Arlington Community Media, Inc. a public access station in Arlington, MA. Studio B Sessions is a live-sessions music series of the likes of MTV Unplugged, KEXP and NPR Tiny Desk featuring local artists.
After being the featured performer in the first episode, I went on to direct many of the future episodes in this season. Working with other interns and Arlington youth, I got a handle on live directing camera operators and a technical director.
Throughout the summer, I also had a chance to take on the producer role by acquiring talent for the series, helping to redesign the set, and working with another intern to revamp the intro graphic.
Studio B Sessions was filmed live-to-tape to simulate TV production. After filming, I had the opportunity to polish episodes in Adobe Premiere Pro. You can check out the rest of the season here:
The department of Film & Media Studies held a virtual film competition for the Fall 2020 semester asking students to make a film reflecting on their experience during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Also submitted for TUTV Pocket Docs 2020, a mini documentary project.
Horrorfest is an annual horror short project for Tufts University Television (TUTV). Mentor and credited in "Attachment: 1 Image" and editor for the 2020 trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Gk9bJ9hQG0&list=PLBSxubd6xefImltOWcrhX-pNO7KFVqXhp&index=1
Mentor and credited in "Don't Do Drugs Kids"
Credited in "Ride Scare"
The Athena Project is a TUTV Docu-series featuring the voices of female, GNC and trans students at Tufts. I composed an original song, "Play the Game," for the credits in the episode "Confidence."
Producer and contributing editor to a new online series featuring Melisma Magazine members' musings on their favorite albums during the pandemic. The first episode features editor-in-chief, Ethan Lam, discussing Hiroshi Yoshimura's Music for Nine Post Cards.
Director and editor for a filmed interview in collaboration with Melisma Magazine and Applejam Productions (a student organization that hosts concerts on campus) to feature the quirky headliner Matt Farley.
A short documentary, day-in-the-life style, depicting my encounters with music on a daily basis. Created for Documentary Film: History & Practice in Spring 2019.
Camera Operator for a filmed interview with Marcela Cruz, opener for Tufts 2019 Spring Fling.
Shot Through the Heart is an annual Valentines scripted project. Crew and contributing editor for "Waiting."
Crew and contributing editor for "Artificial Confessions"
Final project for Film and Media Production I Fall 2018- a scripted comedy depicting the unfortunate demise of two not-so-bright college students.
A short form documentary is in the works right now featuring female and non-binary musicians in the Tufts Community.