Here are a couple of my latest attempts...
Meet "The Rundown," USC Annenberg Media’s Snapchat news show. In the fall of 2017, I helped conceptualize, launch, host and edit the product. Every Friday, the mobile show brings our USC audience three of the most important campus stories of the week. I continued to host and edit scripts in the spring of 2018 as well.
While interning at NBC Nightly News in New York, I storyboarded and edited a digital video that received more than 30 million views on Facebook. The video was about a 7-story Noah’s Ark replica being built in Kentucky. I produced four other social videos during that summer as well. One of them also broke two million views.
Meet The Bucket List Family. They've been on a permanent vacation ever since dad sold his company for $54 million. Interestingly, they locked all that money away and sold almost everything they owned to fund their world-wide adventure. While interning for CNBC's social video team, I talked with dad about how the family endorses companies to stay afloat. The video I produced received more than 600,000 views. I produced 22 other videos as well.
Here's a story you may have seen on TV – but USC Annenberg Media covered it first. In 2017, a local bike repair man was forced to take his business off USC's campus due to a non-compete clause in a new bike shop's contract. Our video on the story engaged our campus community, bringing in thousands of reactions and more than 370,000 views. This is USC Annenberg Media's second-best performing video. While leading our outlet's mobile and emerging team, I oversaw this video's storyboard, script and post production process. I also helped edit the video.
My undergraduate career was funded by Bill and Melinda Gates, and NowThis, a millennial social media outlet, produced a story about it! Check it out!