Hello, readers. I am spending the next five months of my life in Pamplona, Spain. Throughout my time here I plan to create and post some form of story every week or two. This is to keep family and friends up to date, perhaps entertain a few others and sharpen my story-telling skills. Please enjoy […]
Whenever I go home to Montreat, NC, I make it a priority to get on the bike. Thanksgiving was no different. I enjoyed time with family, my momma’s cooking and the mountains. This short video is from what I consider my “home trail”: Kitsuma. It starts in Black Mountain and runs down into Old Fort. […]
I have learned that I need both physical activity and structure in order to be the best version of myself. After not playing an organized sport since high school, I finally found a way to get involved with athletics again with UNC beach volleyball. One day in the spring of my first year at school, […]
Last school year I was in the cast of a musical each semester: The Wild Party in fall ’17 and Pippin in spring ’18. Both productions were put on by Company Carolina, an entirely student-run theatre club at UNC. After two very time-consuming shows, I realized a few things: I am unlikely to have a […]
In my internship with Swarm Interactive, I had the opportunity to practice many different skills. One of those was video production. Swarm runs ViewMedica, a digital resource that provides interactive medical videos to doctors and patients. During my internship, I was able to contribute to the video library. My job was to turn a script […]
This photostory is about Scott Nurkin, a UNC – Chapel Hill alumnus and local artist. He now owns The Mural Shop and paints mural across the southeast. For a photojournalism class, I followed Scott as he completed a mural at the Ninth Street Bakery in Durham, NC.
I completed this project for a class called Intermediate Interactive Multimedia. The professor gave us a Photo Shop document (PSD) (shown as a JPG here) and told us to build it exactly the same as a functional web app using only HTML5, CSS3, and a sprite sheet. Pure CSS enabled all the interactive features such […]
Click to view a full PDF In a UX Design class, the professor tasked us with identifying a real problem and creating a digital product to solve it. I chose to face the question, “How might I improve on-campus navigation, parking, and information?” This involved observing potential users, researching existing relevant products and trends, creating […]