This page features many of the multimedia projects that I have produced throughout my career, internships and schooling at the University of Arizona.
NASA’s Human Research Program
During my work in NASA’s Human Research Program at Johnson Space Center, I produced a podcast series featuring the five elements of human spaceflight that live in the Human Research Program, listed and featured below. For this project, I coordinated with the podcast producers who run “Houston, We Have A Podcast” and our scientists to develop questions, story lines and recording times for this series.
- Episode One, “Humans in Space”
- Episode Two, “The Human Element”
- Episode Three, “Deep Space Healthcare”
- Episode Four, “Fighting Space Effects”
- Episode Five, “Making It Work In Space”
- Episode Six, “Space Radiation”
Featured here is a video celebrating the Hubble Space Telescope’s 28th Anniversary, which I produced in the spring of 2018. It was published on all of Hubble’s social media and reshared by thousands of people, including the main NASA Headquarters accounts (which have millions of followers). It has also been published on YouTube on NASA Goddard’s account, linked here:
In the fall of 2018, I am completing a multimedia class from the University of Arizona with Professor Kim Newton. As I complete my projects I will add them here, or you can check this link to go to my other website specifically designed for that class.
Light Pollution in Tucson
For my final project, I met with astronomers and engineers to discuss the current status of light pollution in Tucson, Ariz., and how this light pollution impacts astronomical observing at local telescopes.
Life at Tumamoc Hill
VOX POP: “Why is it important to conserve water in the desert and how can we, as private citizens, help conserve water?”
Work-In-Progress Trailer: Light Pollution in Tucson