Deep, Dark Confession

I’m unashamed to admit that I’m generally really good with technology. I know how to use Adobe to create cool logos for churches and nonprofits and edit video for events around Birmingham. I can shoot with a DSLR camera like it’s nobody’s business. I Hootsuite and Buffer my way through all of social media. (Hey, are you following me yet?)

However, when it comes to hardware, life isn’t so grand. My good computer broke almost 2 months ago, and I’ve been trying to get it fixed. My backup computer? Well, it broke over Labor Day weekend. So why am I telling you all this? Because I have a terrible confession – I haven’t updated my website in awhile because of all my hardware issues. Plus, when you’re the new art director of About Town magazine, an intern for Howard College, and the photo editor for Entre Nous, things can get a little crazy. (Did I mention that rumor has it that I also am a full-time senior Fellow at Samford University)?

I do want to share a couple of things I have created recently though:

I just had an article come out in xoJane magazine that I published anonymously about a certain event last semester. (Go read back on my blog and see if you can figure out what it is). Additionally, I have a few articles that will soon be published at Devozine magazine.

I’m in the middle of a couple projects right now. I have a documentary film coming out in mid-October about the homeless in Birmingham that I’m desperately trying to finish up. This past weekend, I filmed the Middle Eastern Food Festival in Birmingham, as well as Samford University’s Family Weekend. Video from those two incredible events are coming soon, as are the incredible photos from the food festival.

Also in the works is a partnership with the Office of Student Leadership and the Office of Greek Life at Samford University to shoot a few short films for them.

Tomorrow, I’m heading off to That Church Conference in Atlanta. Follow our conference shenanigans using the hashtag #ThatCC. We’ll be talking all about using digital media in churches.

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