PC and Macintosh platforms
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Exceptional writing and critical thinking skills
Effective communication skills
Strong independent thinker
Ability to work independently and collaboratively
Strong research skills
GPA: 3.8 (Cum Laude) Founders Day Award recipient for academic excellence
Relevant Course Work:
Three Revolutions Haiti, Mexico, and Cuba/IDSEM-UG1380 Studied the economic, societal, and cultural tensions that led to the revolutions in Haiti, Mexico, and Cuba. I made a presentation comparing how the Cuban Revolution has been represented in American, Russian, and Cuban cinema
British Cinema/ICINE-UT 12 Critical studies in British Cinema within the contexts of national identity, film theory, and the work of major directors in the region
Pictures at a Revolution/IDSEM-UG 1630 Critical study of film as a political art form and how aesthetics were engaged by feminists, Communist Russia, Cuba, New Queer Cinema, and Dogma 95 for radical purposes
Directed, wrote, produced, and/or performed in a number of short silent and sound films as part of Sight and Sound: Filmmaking, a fundamental NYU course that involves rotating crews of four students who collaborate on all of the production work.
Directed, wrote, produced, and performed in a short film about a young man talking himself out of an anxiety attack as part of First Person, Present Tense, a NYU course that focused on self motivation and personal voice.
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