A LITTLE ABOUT ME
For about 2 years, I have worked with MEDA to create digital, print, and video content for recovery use, education about Eating Disorders, and fundraising. It has been an immensely rewarding experience and work I'm very proud of.
At Grand Circle Travel, I was responsible for the production of close to 300 videos spanning the globe. I filmed some of them personally, and produced others remotely—writing scripts/shooting plans, travel itineraries, and securing interviews.
For the past 5 years, I have been involved in elementary STEM education as a teacher in the Boston Public Schools, a consultant for STEM-based online teaching, and a LEGO-focused elementary engineering teacher & curriculum designer. I continue this work through my hobby of educational video game design.
At Boston Medical Center, I was responsible for all creative media regarding the Nurse Education Department, and helped to create videos and materials that trained hundreds of nursing staff members on proper procedure and educated patients about their care.
The work I've done as a freelance creative and technical professional has covered a wide range of industries and disciplines, from podcast logos to medical training booklets (in German, at that!). Whatever the task, I'm confident I can produce results that exceed expectations.
Currently I'm learning 3D modelling, as well as Game Development in the Unity Game Engine. During the height of the pandemic I enrolled in classes at Bunker Hill Community College towards an associate's degree in Game Development.
My goal is to create interactive experiences that teach elementary-level concepts of science & math, as well as social-emotional content with messages of inclusion and anti-racism.