When I was a child I was lucky enough to be exposed to a whole host of multimedia-making tools. I grew up playing with still cameras, video cameras (tape based), cassette recorders, and eventually computers. I made crude digital drawings, audio recordings of my stuffed animals talking, and photographs of miniatures. Hey–everyone has to start somewhere!
In high school I enjoyed a plethora of extracurricular activities along with my academic rigor. I was highly involved in plays and musicals, which eventually turned into helping college friends make a homemade movie. After my stint as crew, makeup artist, sound recordist, and sound effects editor, I emerged wanting to participate in the professional creative world. I trained as an audio engineer at The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe and finished up by professionally recording the soundtrack to the movie. My professional path had begun.
Over the years, I continued my education to gain an Electronic Media Technology Associate’s Degree, a certificate in Media Criticism and Journalism, and a Communications Bachelor’s Degree. I’ve worked with many clients creating print materials, taking photographs, creating videos, and telling stories. I’ve worn many hats, so to speak…
And that’s what this blog is about: highlighting and talking about all the projects I’ve been involved with over the years. If you’re not into all that reading and discourse, you can head over to my smaller portfolios: Flickr, YouTube, Graphic Design portfolio, Facebook page or Instagram account.
But, if you’re interested, please stick around and read about where my passions have taken me. Leave a comment. Start a discussion. Inquire into bigger picture questions. I may not have an answer, but I’ll try and help in any way I can.
Thanks for stopping by! ~Andrea