For my final project in a radio broadcasting class, we were instructed to script, record and edit an audio documentary.  I chose the topic of the smoking ban, a short time before it was set to go into effect.  After acquiring interviews and additional information, I was able to put together the sample below.

Smoking Ban



In a class entitled Technology for Historians, we tackled the process of creating museum like panels to celebrate the 100 years of Women at Marquette University.  My group and I worked with InDesign, splitting up the panels to 6 apiece.  I was responsible for housing and social activities, and when put together we displayed 18 panels with 6 categories.

Social Life: Drexel Lodge

Social Life: Dress Code of Conduct

Social Life: Dances

Residence Life: Alumnae House

Residence Life: O’Donnell Hall

Residence Life: Cobeen Hall

Blue, Gold and Pink

Posted: November 8, 2010 in Visual Editing

For our next project, we decided to tackle a more serious side to Marquette Athletics: philanthropy.  Marquette is very involved with raising awareness and funds for many different causes.  The Woman’s basketball team does a “Pink Out” every year, and this is what we chose to show fans.


Golden Eagle and Friends

Posted: November 8, 2010 in Visual Editing

In the spring of 2010 I had the pleasure to work with Marquette Athletics and try to make the players and website more personable.  My group and I were given the goal of telling the stories that the fans would not normally hear.

Our first project was to find a name for our Mascot, the Golden Eagle.  After talking to some fans, this is what we came up with.


Fair Trade Milwaukee

Posted: November 8, 2010 in Website Design

Fall 2008 a group of myself and 7 other students at Marquette University were given the task to create an interactive website to educate people about Fair Trade coffee.  Using tools such as flash, photoshop and html coding, we were able to create a product that our client was extremely happy with.

This is the link to the website we created, which is now embedded into their home site.