Since I started taking a digital storytelling class with Dr. Stacey Patton I noticed examples everywhere.
This one got me in the feels. I dropped my youngest off at college on August 23 and I worry.
Emery Bergmann created this video with Adobe Premiere in 2017 for a digital media class homework assignment during her freshman year at Cornell.
Bergmann, then 17 and a Fine Arts major from Montclair, New Jersey, was given the challenge to depict a “transformation” for her class. “I knew I would only enjoy making the video if the subject I was showing was something I had strong feelings about,” Bergmann explained.
Jobs often provide benefits of which the folks in human resources office are unaware.
I work at the Rivers School, a coed private day school that serves grades 6-12 on 23 acre campus, located 15 miles from Boston with 900 feet of frontage on picturesque Nonesuch Pond in Weston, Massachusetts.
During the school year, I coach basketball, substitute teach and manage the rentals of the numerous fields, buildings and the 30 acre camp grounds across the pound.
Summers are quiet, lazy and full of nature. Often I see deer, bobcats, foxes, herons, skunks, owls, hawks and golden eagles.