It is with great respect and enthusiasm that I thank you for viewing my professional website. I am an English Bachelor's graduate, with a focus in media communications.
I am headstrong, detail oriented, and determined, with a strong sense of analytical thinking, but keeping in tune to my creative side as well.
Currently, I am a graduate awaiting an opportunity to come into a career. I am prepared to exercise the skills I have learned in attempt to share what I know. I have built a portfolio of experience in my various roles. I currently have experience with journalism, writing, editing, social media, education, and English literature.
My professional goals are to accept, educate, and inspire. Despite my personal opinions, my intentions are to educate, share, and learn without bias, incorporating an equal voice and opportunity in all of the work I do, in order to make an impact in any way I can.
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Portfolio of Work
Article for Senior Capstone class, documenting the various literary traditions and connections of texts between the Victorian and Neo-Victorian disciplines. The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern (novel), and American Horror Story: Freak Show (television production) are the texts discussed.
New Media project documenting the assimilation of sex information on the Internet, specifically benefiting minorities/LGBTQ+/lower class peoples who would otherwise not receive accurate information about sex or sexuality. Also documents the Internet as a new tool for sex work, and how it can be both beneficial and harmful.
Critical study of the ideals of masculinity that 20th century American Literature author/poet Charles Bukowski embeds into the character of Henry Chinaski in his 1978 novel, titled Women.
Collaborate Digital Humanities website between myself and my other classmates. Built a website to showcase the research we all did.
Literary analysis of Whitman's texts and seeking their relevance in the current and modern literary setting, using themes like sexuality and eroticism from his poetry.
Critical analysis of Bojack Horseman (2014-present) across the first 3 seasons. This project incorporates literary theories of identity like masculinity, mental illness, addiction, relationships, etc.