Below is a slideshow with all of my favorite graphic design illustrations. They all vary from music album cover-arts to my own personal logo.
Below is a gallery of all of my best photos I’ve taken
In 2020 I started my journey into the professional field with an Internship with the #1 Philly HipHop entertainment website. As an Intern I was responsible for producing exclusive interviews, event recaps, graphic promotions and article write-ups.
I have been working with The Temple News for all 4 years of my college career. First as a freelance photographer, finishing as the Multimedia Editor.
The Temple News is a completely student run newspaper, so I have a lot of creative freedom when it comes to the videos I create. What is listed below is every video I have shot or edit in my time with TTN. It is a mix of: News, Features, Happy, Sad, Cute, Serious. Almost one for every genre.
I am a versatile as a story teller. Throw anything my way and I will figure out the best way to communicate the message. These videos are a testament to that.
Video taken at The Foot Long truck on Temple campus shining light to the people that keep students stomachs full
Ever since my freshman year I had a passion for pop content creation. I did not officially start shooting music videos until I was a sophomore. Since I have been able to meet a ton of great people, learn the city and create a lot of cool content.
It is common nowadays to see weapons flashed in music videos, and my music videos exhibit some examples of it. All weapons used in the films were handled by a licensed professional.
is a chance for me to get creative while also being in touch with the local music scene.
Links from my resume
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During my time with Temple Update I was co-responsible for a 90 second news brief named Update Now. As a producer I was responsible for writing, directing and editing the show. Below are a few examples of Update Now. Over the course of the semester I produced 58 shows.
The Philly 60 is the name of a Philadelphia local Hip-Hop/Rap radio show that I started through Temple Universities radio station WHIP.
I learned how to be a radio host by joining Premiere Radio with my co-host Payton Payola where I was christened with the name easy-e.
Unfortunately, Payton had a-lot of school work on her plate and she left the show to me. I never really enjoyed hosting by myself, it felt very lonely.
So, to solve that problem I started to invite guests. Then the Philly 60 was born.
After getting practice interviewing guests and featuring new music, I decided to make a strict production schedule that involved shooting photos, videos and promotion.
I followed this production schedule and produced 2 seasons of The Philly 60. All of the episodes are on my Youtube channel. Below are a few of my favorite!