I had the opportunity to host the live red carpet pre-show for the 12th Annual Five16 Film Festival at my school The University of Northwestern – St. Paul on April 9, 2018. It was televised locally on CTV and streamed online. Last year I hosted and had a blast (read about
Today, February 21, 2018, the world lost one of its most influential Evangelists–Reverend Billy Graham. Being a student at the University of Northwestern — St. Paul on the day of Billy Graham’s passing was honoring. Graham left such a legacy for Northwestern and Northwestern’s Media Community. It was absolutely incredible
As seen originally published in The UNW Examiner. The University of Northwestern – St. Paul’s Denler Art Gallery presents the work of UNW’s senior graphic design majors in the exhibition “Hello Hello.” The Northwestern students showcasing their work this semester are Catherine Brinker, Brooke Gillquist, Kiley Goldfarb, Carmen Johnson,
Life got the best of me and I unfortunately never got around to posting these photos! Here’s a recap of Switchfoot’s set during KTIS’ Joyful Noise Festival – the photos are better late than never I guess :-) … From June: I’m still dancing around with their music stuck in
Last night I had the awesome opportunity to photograph for KING & COUNTRY at night one of KTIS’ Joyful Noise music festival. Last summer I took photos from the pit (see recap here), but last night I took a step back from the chaos to find new perspectives in the audience.
First off, can I just share how good it feels to officially be a college SENIOR? All the work I’ve done over the last few years has been challenging but rewarding, stressful but fun, crazy but awesome. I feel like a senior with everything I’ve completed, accomplished, and conquered. Yes, junior
I love the creative art of storytelling and how the Five16 Film Festival captures and showcases this colorfully through the talented community of students at the University of Northwestern – St. Paul. This year’s festival was on April 10, and it was so much fun to be a part of. I’ve