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Spring 2016

In a future world, a man undergoes a procedure to relive and alter one of his most traumatic memories.
Edwin Lopez travels to Ciudad Juarez in Mid-February to cover the pope's visit for The Caravel.
In "Deepest Sense", we bid farewell to Fr. Kevin O'Brien, SJ as he and other members on campus reflect on his time at Georgetown.
Unsung Heroes is an organization that focuses on promoting awareness and appreciation for workers that keep our university running behind-the-scenes.
There's a unique relationship between college kids and Chipotle restaurant.
"Today" provides a glimpse of what the intensity of a day for someone with depression might look like.

Fall 2015

Based on the spoken word piece, "Brochure Brother," this short film highlights various challenges faced by males of color on college campuses.
The BinderBits Podcast is a topical show on film, television, and games.
It is time to have a frank discussion about our sources of stress.
Mission Possible uses stop motion technique to simulate a video game, which leads the audiences to explore the campus with the character and ends with Old North.
Vanussa and her husband took over Georgetown Hairstyling, a barbershop that stood here for more than a hundred years.
Scene Recreation: Students choose a scene from a feature film and recreate it shot for shot.

Summer 2015

This commemorates the grand opening of Cuba's embassy in Washington D.C.
Summer School created a campus tour video to showcase to our students that will be visiting students this summer.

Spring 2015

A mini-documentary made for Music 270 that explores the tensions of the intent to attend a music festival.
College is hard enough without having to deal with serious financial worries and potential social exclusion.
This documentary explores film as a medium while focusing on Art Shares of Georgetown student performances.
Taking a close look at the lives and memories of three contemporary Veterans, How Can I Tell You About War reveals the complexities of identifying as an American Veteran.
A short video about the history of Israel through the lens of several children who live and have lived there.
Jerome is an MMA fighter. This a small insight into his fighting life.
A young female astronomer confronts cosmic mystery, inspiring uncertainty and wonder about the origins of the universe and the possibility of life after death.
Cabaret is Georgetown University's own annual rock extravaganza. This was the 39th edition of Cabaret and the biggest to date, hosted by one of DC's favorite music venues, the Black Cat, on U Street.

Fall 2014

Has Facebook changed the way love and attraction work? "Likable Matters" is a contemporary silent short that tries to explore this question.
This is a short about a 20-something college student and his barber/brothuh/classmate.
The piece is meant to be a fun mini representation of the 'Jarabe Tapatio' folkloric dance with skeletons.
"To Be Dunbar" examines the nation’s first public high school for African Americans, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, a site of academic excellence in DC until desegregation.
This is a short video I created for my Intro to Animation class.
A short film on the unique hair journeys of several of Georgetown's African-American women.
This is an experimental documentary that explores the challenges our society poses to artists, specifically musicians.
This is The Hoya's official 2014-2015 Georgetown Basketball preview.
Dominican painter Jeankarlos Cruz talks about his most recent art project, a series of informal meet ups with New Jersey-based artists combining live music, painting and other expressive forms.

Summer 2014

We interviewed students and Summer Hoyas asking them to pronounce several words and see how being from different locations can affect our English, and how diverse the campus truly is.

Spring 2014

I've wanted to be a YouTuber since my very first YouTube video.
A commentary on rejection.
A tongue-in-cheek homage to French New Wave cinema of the 1960's.
A parody of Georgetown's finest betches.
A new student develops trichotillomania (obsessive urge to pull out one's own hair) after reading a distressing Buzzfeed article.
A documentary about Hoya Break Squad.
A video tour of the four freshman dorms.
As short film about a boy who finds an emotional outlet in an unexpected place.
The film, written for Melissa Bruno's Narrative Filmmaking course, explores love, loss and healing through the eyes of the misunderstood.

Fall 2013

"Capedal” is a documentary exploring Washington, D.C. off the tourist path and onto the cycling path.
These videos were created as part of an ITEL project to explore what type of impact flipping specific units of a grammar class has on student learning.
This documentary shows my quest to find mountain biking trails in the Washington DC area.
The purpose of this project was to explore some of the challenges and techniques associated with recording the sound of the rear-facing French horn.
This film observes what dirt creates and brings to them.
This documentary tells the story of the history and current day status of Georgetown ROTC through shadowing one of its top cadets.
This project is an examiniaton of how space is related to sound.
I started a personal project called 'Harmless Colors' to create simple colorful sentences on white walls of different public corridors.

Summer 2013

MSFS students and administrators spend 11 days traveling through Saudi Arabia during March of 2013.

Spring 2013

Cyclical is a short experimental film that focuses on the mental disorders of anxiety and depression.
This documentary video is about students learning Chinese at Georgetown.
The Podcast is a live radio broadcast of the verdict at Galileo's Trial.
John Benjamin shows us why we should adopt universal background checks for gun purchases.
Perpetual is a short experimental film directed by Katherine Propper.
A 10 minute documentary about the Georgetown men's rugby team.

Fall 2012

Various visual elements embody a spontaneous release.

Spring 2012

This documentary explores the personal story of the triumphs and tragedies that come with revolution.

Fall 2011

A documentary exploring Union Market's place in Washington, D.C.
See Something, Say Something explores the indirect dialogue that graffiti creates.

Spring 2011

Through both a review of scientific literature and a discussion of the human cost of the procedure, this presentation explores these questions from the perspectives of the child, the adult survivor, the parent, and the practitioner.
Does a street musician stand out from the chaos of the street or add to it? Do the unpredictable sights and noises around him compliment his music or obscure it?
This video explores the controversial role and identity of Mary Magdalene by comparing the opinions of different religious ministers.
This project is a 9-minute short film assigned for Buddhism and Film class. The film alternates footage of two student actors with an animated parable and split-screen footage of a dream sequence.

Spring 2009

We explore how innovations in communications technology have changed how soldiers communicate with family and loved-ones, and how the same innovations create new challenges for the armed forces.
Students in the Advanced Video Production Class in the Journalism program put together a collection of short, news-style pieces.
Watch Big Bubba at his best, but don't get in his way because he just might "KNOCK YOU OUT!"
"An Enduring Gift" examines the story and influence of the Japanese gift of cherry trees to Washington, D.C.