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Creative, Effective ,Detail-Oriented


Video Presentation

I joined the Berkley Center as a videographer editor from 2021 to 2023. I produced over 200 high-quality video and audio content, including filming and post-production of events that resonated with global audiences. As a videographer, I am dedicated to producing high-quality videos using a range of camera and lighting equipment, including DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, and cinema cameras to record hours-long events including panels, promo videos, and podcasts for viewing by students, faculty, staff, external audiences, and potential donors.
One of my favorite videos I produced at the Berkley Center is a forum discussion on "A Quarter Century of Public Religions” . The aim to examine the global transformations of religions in the public sphere in the last twenty-five years. Leading experts in sociology, philosophy, anthropology, religion, history, and political science evaluated these transformations from their own area of expertise and research.
1.  Highly focused and determined
2. Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects
3. Conducted in-depth analysis of YouTube audience data 
Just War Theory Roundtable Discussion
Feature: Congressman Jerry McNerney 
This event brought together experts on just war tradition and national security affairs in order to discuss the context and content of HR 1009.
A Dialogue with Cardinal Michael Czerny, S.J., on the Tenth Anniversary of the Election of Pope Francis
Feature: Cardinal Michael Czerny, S.J.
This event brought a conversation with one of Pope Francis’ closest Vatican collaborators on the global mission of Pope Francis and the universal message of his encyclical Fratelli tutti.
Journalism as Witness
Feature: Fred Bahnson, Pulitzer Center grantee
This event reflected Bahnson’s other profiles on monastic figures and the contemplative life, including an exploration of what it means to embrace “journalism as witness” in a secular world. 
The Future of Health and Health Education
Feature: Christopher King, dean of Georgetown University’s School of Health
This event features Dean King shared his experiences and offered his vision for the future of health and health education.
International Religious Freedom: Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities
Feature: Ambassador Rashad Hussain
This event sought to learn from and engage with Amb. Hussain's expertise and experiences.
Africa-China Engagement: Arts, Culture, and Media
Feature: Emeka Umejei, Vivian Chenxue Lu, Maria Repnikova
This event focused through the media, arts, and culture, addressing questions of soft power and cultural engagement. 

Photography Presentation

As a photographer for the Berkley Center and other five initiatives, I have dedicated myself to capturing high-quality photographs of event panels, roundtable discussions, and interviews. My skills in capturing motion in detail, lighting, and compositions enable me to create visually compelling images that effectively capture the atmosphere and message of each event.
One of my favorite photos I took is at graduation ceremony for Georgetown competitiveness leadership program. Allisón Silva spoke passionately about her entrepreneur in Communication Technologies at Murillo
1. Take 10o0+ pictures in 10+ venues, while remaining adaptable and creative
Adobe Lightroom Classic, Adobe Photoshop
Series: War in Ukraine
Georgetown University brought a diverse group of scholars and policymakers together to explore the impact of the war on Ukrainian society, dynamics of reconciliation across religious communities and civil society, and the domestic and international dynamics of post-war reconstruction within the country.
The panel explored possible paths for post-war reconstruction across multiple sectors of Ukrainian society. A particular focus will be the positive role that U.S. universities and other international cultural institutions can play in the process.
Oksana Markarova, ambassador of Ukraine to the United States speaks about the reconstruction in Ukraine. 
John E. Herbst, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine passionately discusses the reconciliation across communities.
John F. Tefft, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine address the impact of the war on Ukrainian society. 
Women in Faith Leadership Fellowship Program
The Women in Faith Leadership Fellowship amplifies the visibility, vitality, and voice of Catholic sisters in responding to the complex challenges and opportunities faced by women religious leaders within their organizations and communities.
The site visit to the United States Institute of Peace, focus on Women in conflict, religion and peacebuilding. 
Sister Professor Agnes Lucy Lando addresses the obstacles in facing woman in religion. 
Palwasha Kakar discusses the work in religion and inclusive societies at the U.S. Institute of Peace
Sister listens closely on the discussion of women religious leaders.  

Podcast Presentation

I also had the opportunity to edit a podcast series featuring candid reflections from prominent ambassadors, cabinet secretaries, and senior officials who have played key roles in shaping the ongoing relationship between the United States and China.

1. An average of 10 polished clips per month
2. Sufficiently using Adobe Audio Audition 
China’s Nascent Military Footprint with Dennis Wilder
The U.S.-China relationship grows increasingly competitive, verging on what many analysts are characterizing as a “great power rivalry.”
Confucianism and Cosmopolitanism with Philip Ivanhoe
How does Beijing lean on its Confucianism and traditional Chinese philosophy to frame its role in the world today?
Code Switching, Religion, and Happiness in China with Becky Yang Hsu
How do different societies and cultures define and search for happiness?
Women’s Rights and Empowerment in China with Liu Meng
Waves of women’s movements have spread across the world, and China is no exception. The country is home to more than 687 million women and girls.

Design Presentation

I also have the opportunity to design layout for the Berkley Center, I am highly skilled in creating flyers and brochures that effectively convey information in visually appealing formats. Using my proficiency in InDesign and Canva, I am able to transform complex information into easy-to-digest layouts that are both aesthetically pleasing and functional. My attention to detail and strong design sense ensure that each piece I create effectively engages the target audience and drives results. With a keen understanding of user experience and usability, I am able to create materials that effectively convey the message and achieve the desired outcome. 

1. Skilled designer with expertise in InDesign, Photoshop 
and Canva
2. Keen understanding of user experience and usability

3. ​Ability to convey complex information in visually appealing formats
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Magazine Design: Volunteering Teaching in NiuXing Village
My project on magazine design focuses on documenting the experience of volunteering as a teacher in NiuXing Village. Utilizing the Photoshop and InDesign, I was able to create a visually stunning and engaging magazine that captures the spirit of the village and the impact of our work as volunteers. Through careful use of color, typography, and data, I was able to convey the strength and resilience of the villagers and highlight the positive outcomes of our teaching efforts. The magazine serves as a powerful reminder of the transformative power of education and the importance of giving back to our communities.
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Photodocumentary: International Students During Covid 19 Quarantine
My photodocumentary project explores the experiences of international students during the Covid-19 quarantine period. Through a series of photographs, I was able to capture the unique challenges faced by students who were far from home and isolated from their support networks. The images reveal the emotional toll of quarantine, as well as the resilience and adaptability of the students as they navigated this difficult time. Using my camera as a tool for storytelling, I was able to shed light on the human impact of the pandemic and give voice to marginalized group. Through this project, I hope to inspire greater understanding and empathy for the struggles faced by international students during this unprecedented time.
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Immersive Presentation

I designed a 360-degree video project to document the experience of an Asian market grocery delivery for international students during the pandemic, utilizing 360-degree cameras and editing software to piece together the footage and create a seamless and immersive story.
By utilizing this cutting-edge technology, I was able to capture a truly immersive experience that allowed viewers to feel as though they were right there alongside the delivery workers. Throughout the project, I worked closely with my partner to determine the most approachable supermarket and delivery route, and to plan out the documentation process with the 360 video camera. I was also able to leverage my familiarity with new technology to solve problems and make adjustments on the spot.
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The end result was a visually stunning and highly engaging documentation of the Asian supermarket delivery experience, showcasing the sights and sounds of this often overlooked but essential job from every angle. Overall, this project highlighted my creativity, adaptability, and technical skills, and I am excited to continue exploring new ways to use innovative technology to capture and share unique perspectives.





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