As part of my work at the Centre for Journalism, myself and a group of adventurous students are testing out a new audio publishing app called Soundcircles.
As Graduate Teaching Assistant I have become responsible for generating and curating content for the Centre for Journalism‘s different social networks. My work also involves teaching aspects of multimedia journalism: video, audio, broadcast production, etc. I received the Barbara Morris Teaching Prize 2015 and the Seminar Leader Prize 2015 in recognition of my support teaching role.
I create and upload promotional and educational Youtube videos as well as tweet from @CFJKent.
My work also involved creating other promotional videos capturing different activities at the Centre: from newsdays to #KentExtra courses open to all University of Kent students.
Furthermore, I also create online video tutorials for our students answering some of the most common questions and problems they encounter when working with the different softwares we teach.
The No Nukes Oral History Project is an archive of interviews and documents chronicling the anti-nuclear power movements in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s. I was part of the original news gathering mission in the summer of 2013. My job was to collect audio interviews, archive and take photographs of our interviewees. Now I help update the website and create social media content to promote the project.
Social Media images made for sharing on Instagram
Sharon House Publishing Ltd is a publishing house based in Ossett, West Yorkshire.
BritMex event 2014, Promotional video
BritMex is all about empowering, inspiring & facilitating bi-cultural partnerships amongst future leaders and entrepreneurs.
BritMex aims to ensure that future and current generations of leaders, entrepreneurs and investors from both countries have an opportunity to meet, co-create & learn about entrepreneurship and innovation as a lifestyle choice.
Co-Founders: Cynthia Vega, Laura Vanessa Muñoz, Marianna Lara
Video by: Laura Garcia
Music by: Echelon Effect
Article in “La Silla Rota” by Marianna Lara
Fusing sport and contemporary circus skills, this production celebrates the athletes of London’s 1st Olympics.