EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting and Electronic Communication
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, Ca.
Graduation Date May 21, 2011 Dean’s List
Freelance Writer, June 2011-Present, Examiner.com
• Produce content for the website’s animation’s page.
• Written articles about the graphic novel, television, and film industry.
• Posts new articles every month.
Newspaper Intern, Fall 2011, Canyon News and San Francisco News
• Published headline news articles for the San Francisco Newspaper
• Researched current events and press releases for the San Francisco region
• Conducted interviews and contacted news sources
• Assisted in editing the newspaper.
Head Writer, January- May 2011, “Under San Francisco,” Ca.
• Responsible for overseeing episode progression and story continuity
• Assisted in re-editing scripts and attending live rehearsals
• Point person for contacting and hand delivering final scripts to producers
• Aided in producing an original short-format series
• Collaborated with producers in casting actors, table reading, and live taping
• Consulted in drafting a television series arc and pitching story ideas
• Volunteered as an extra during live taping
Radio Co-Host, Spring 2011, “Pop Rocks,” San Francisco, Ca.
• Produced and broadcasted live entertainment radio program for KSFS Radio
• Hosted television, movies, celebrity gossip segments
• Recorded and edited show promos and airchecks
• Wrote and recorded a five minute news broadcast
• Monitored KSFS online chat room
Production Assistant, Spring 2011, “State of Events,” San Francisco, Ca.
• In charge of setting up the studio lights and flat screen monitors
• Updated lighting scheme for the entire news set
• Responsible for setting up, taking down, and operating audio equipment
• Tested microphones, monitored audio levels, and sound quality during production
• Helped film and direct talent for remote location shoots
• Producing scripts using Celtx
• Writing for Blogger.com, and other online blogs
• Sound design with Pro-Tools
• Recording audio through an H2 Recorder