Webster University Thailand
Very proud of my INTM 2350 Digital Production students for the unique approach to solving a serious issue. Pema Tshoki and Sunee Chaemprem developed a PSA to raise awareness about a serious problem unfortunately taking place all over the world. After mush research they decided to aim their campaign towards students aged 18-21 with the slogan "[d]rink responsibly, limit your alcohol before it limits you". After running the campaign they did follow up research and shared their findings in a final presentation. Congratulations Pema and Sunee!
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With my recent book published I am excited to see that my university has published this article regarding my new book A Glimpse of Kawah Ijen and Lombok, Indonesia. To read the entire article please click here.
Another great article about my recent photography class trip to Chiang Rai written by home campus Webster University.
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A very kind news article written about my recent photography work and book A Glimpse of Kawah Ijen and Lombok, Indonesia by Webster University's home campus in Saint Louis, United States of America.
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A Glimpse of Kawah Ijen and Lombok, Indonesia is now available as a PDF!Read More
I am very excited to have my first book available on Amazon.com! Indonesia is an incredible location to shoot. I had the opportunity to photograph in the two locations of Kawah Ijen and Lombok.
HHQ, is an interactive magazine produced by Webster University Thailand Undergraduate students during the Summer term of 2014. There were three different courses that collaborated into creating a Interactive Magazine, also known as a DPS app by Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. The courses involved consisted of MEDC 3150 (Media Writing), my course INTM 3150 (Interactive Design), and INTM 3580 (Interactive Publishing) during the Summer term of 2014. The students had only 8 weeks to produce the final work and this video attempts to showcase their hard work. To the students that were involved, great job!