Friday, December 9, 2011

Terrapin Pride

Terp Pride Video Final

Sam Medney - Terp Pride

Maryland Pride Video

Maryland Pride - Brian

Matt Owings Final Cut Final

Leigh Ann's Video Final

JOUR203: Dan's Video Final

Andrew Loves Maryland and JOUR203

Mandy's Terrapin Pride

Maryland Pride- Olivia

Lauren Kirkwood - Video final

Naveed's Video Final

Final Video Project

Monday, November 28, 2011

Dan Appenfeller - Sequence

Samantha's NomNom Brownie Sequence

http://youtu.be/ZZzTMghZQvw

The B-roll assignment Matt Owings



Just figured this out...

Sequence Video: Denyse Snags a Hot Date!

Leigh Ann's Sequence Video

Mandy's Sequence Video

Asking for a video over break was just like begging to see my dog.

Sequence Video

Sequence Video: Christmas Lights!

Andrew Sequence:The Making of Coffee

Sequence video!

Sequence Video

Friday, November 18, 2011

Video Assignment

Track Video - Brian

Dan Appenfeller - Personality Profile

Bre Kelly's 11-18-11 Video Assignment

Video embed

Samantha's Speech Bubble Video

Lauren Kirkwood - Video assignment in-class

Erin Egan In-Class Assignment

Friday, November 18, 2011 Class Assignment

http://youtu.be/N8AZ-qtzLfU

Naveed's 11/18 Assignment

Link: http://vimeo.com/32332055


Thursday, November 17, 2011

Huzzah! I got my FireWire cable! Two JOUR203 Assignments

Here's our in-class interview assignment: If you're looking for a cut, there's one at 3:15, but Brian gave me so much material, I only had to cut once!



And here's my minute-long monologue. It's my horrendous attempt at a Boston accent in a monologue from one of my favorite films, Good Will Hunting.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Bre Kelly's In Class Interview

http://youtu.be/Fk2v5U1-T4U

Erin Egan In-Class Assignment

http://youtu.be/UkQVBg518Ac

Andrew Emmer

http://youtu.be/XVLGEzxFwIM

In-Class Video - Brian Compere

http://youtu.be/A_asSpDOTok

My Mandy interview is now online! Wooooo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsHveTz1bKQ

Mandy's In Class Interview with Sam

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVb04syUYu8

Matt Owings in-class assignment 11/11/11

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Smn7qyoQI&feature=youtu.be

Boom.

In Class Video Assignment 11/11/11

http://youtu.be/OoFY-nxjoD8

Matt's First Video Assignment

http://youtu.be/t0IcY_9zerA

Boom.

Bre Kelly's First Video Assignment

http://youtu.be/xgg24vUxJaw

Leigh Ann - First Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF-b2YEL4rY

Mandy's Video

They're going to show this at my funeral. I just know it.

http://youtu.be/pFK_qNpgyWw

First Video

http://youtu.be/4Rrur3lL7Qo

-Brian Compere

First video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K_ZAKiaUWo

Video Stand-up Assignment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbfn1RwSz9M

I was having a very bad hair day, obviously.

youtube video assignment

Well this is embarrassing...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOko43AjroA

Video Assignment 1 Link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esULCS6ZcZk

Friday, October 28, 2011

Personality Portrait Assignment

Sophomore journalism major David Thompson, 19, is a very involved student at Maryland. "Academics count, but what you do outside the classroom and how you impact your campus is as important."

Thompson's faith is very important to him. He spends his summers as a counselor at Camp Hope, a Christian work camp that repairs and renovates homes in western Maryland.

After transferring from Salisbury University this year, Thompson got involved right away at UMTV, the campus television network.

Thompson: "UMTV is a real-world application of what I plan on doing when I graduate. It's experience that cannot be matched in a classroom."

Thompson joked that he loves to play soccer in his free time, if he ever gets any.

Naveed's album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/naveeds1992/sets/72157627872796589/

Personality Portrait


Sophomore computer science and music major Sarah Hess has taken her talent as a pianist to the University
of Maryland. (D
an Appenfeller/JOUR203)
















Hess has been playing the piano since she was four years old. Of piano playing she says, "It's just a part of who I am." (Dan Appenfeller/JOUR203)















Hess practices at the
University of Maryland's Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. The center was opened on the campus in 2001. (Dan Appenfeller/JOUR203)
















"I've been doing it so long that it's become like brushing my teeth," Hess said. "I can't even imagine not playing piano." (Dan Appenfeller/JOUR203)









Hess performs regularly as an accompanist at various University of Maryland concerts. (Dan Appenfeller/JOUR203)









The whole album:https://picasaweb.google.com/112706262941774905213/October272011






Matt Cordoso

Matt Cordoso, a junior at the University of Maryland,
has been serving dinner and washing dishes at the Alpha
Delta Pi sorority house for two years.





In addition to working and going to school, Cordoso
is a volunteer firefighter and has lived in the College
Park fire house throughout his college career.



Before working at Alpha Delta Pi, Cordoso worked
at Kappa Delta's sorority house.









Cordoso works Monday-Thursday from 4 p.m. to
7 p.m.


"Matt is definitely a huge presence in the house,"
said Mollie Gansky, a member of Alpha Delta Pi,
"I can't really imagine living in the house without him
here."

https://picasaweb.google.com/108108108192416708441/Matt?authkey=Gv1sRgCO6S-OaAqZWmTg


-Leigh Ann Renzulli

Personality Portrait: Peter Buas


Junior economics major Peter Buas has one of the more ridiculous personalities. At the University of Maryland, Peter is a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. A native of Ocean City, Maryland, Peter enjoys surfing, skateboarding and dancing "like a maniac."

Peter's favorite sport is lacrosse. He has been playing since he was six years old, and currently stars as one of the goalies for Maryland's highly-ranked club lacrosse team.

Peter thrives on being unique. At the University of Maryland, he has taken a number of classes that set him apart from the rest. Last semester, he received a 100 percent in Modern Dance class.

At the University of Maryland, Peter has served in many leadership positions, trying to make every environment that he finds himself in more enjoyable than when he began. In Sigma Chi, Peter was elected Homecoming Chairman. His responsibilities included garnering brotherhood involvement, organizing each event and being a representative to our sorority match-up.

"Can I please please please take a picture with my skateboard?!" There are few things in life that get Peter Buas down. His humor and enthusiasm about every situation is contagious.

Profile Assignment

Danielle Hubka is a junior midfielder on the University of Maryland Women's Soccer team. She has been an important part of the #15 ranked Terrapins this season.

Hailing from Strongsville, Ohio, Hubka has been a starter in the lineup since her freshman year in 2009, where she made the All-ACC Freshman Team.

"I chose Maryland because I love the location, I'm close to family and I loved the team and coaches and the family oriented program," Hubka said. "It's beautiful here."

Hubka has had a total of five game-winning goals during her career at Maryland. With 11 goals and five assists, she has 26 points total in just over two and a half years. In 2010, she was named to the All-ACC Tournament Team.

Hubka and the Terps head to the University of Virginia this weekend for the first round of the ACC Tournament. In their first meeting with the Cavaliers, the Terps were defeated 4-1 in an uncharacteristic loss for the program. (Olivia Wagner)

https://picasaweb.google.com/105882649138419758830/October282011

John Crotty: CSPAC's Finest

https://picasaweb.google.com/114520783499320297539/October262011?
authuser=0&feat=directlink


Senior Music Performance and Mechanical Engineering major John Crotty spends much of his time practicing trombone, euphonium, and even piano in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. As former section leader of the low brass "KAOS" section of the marching band, and current member of both the Wind Ensemble and Jazz Lab, Crotty devotes a lot of time and energy to music.
















Senior Music Performance and Mechanical Engineering major John Crotty spends much of his time practicing trombone, euphonium, and even piano in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. As former section leader of the low brass "KAOS" section of the marching band, and current member of both the Wind Ensemble and Jazz Lab, Crotty devotes a lot of time and energy to music.












Senior Music Performance and Mechanical Engineering major John Crotty spends much of his time practicing trombone, euphonium, and even piano in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. As former section leader of the low brass "KAOS" section of the marching band, and current member of both the Wind Ensemble and Jazz Lab, Crotty devotes a lot of time and energy to music.














Senior Music Performance and Mechanical Engineering major John Crotty brandishes his trombone in front of a well-lit Dekelboum Hall in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Dekelboum Hall acts as the host venue for University of Maryland ensembles such as the ensembles Crotty currently plays in, the Wind Ensemble and the Jazz Lab.









Senior Music Performance and Mechanical Engineering major John Crotty, active member and former president of the Gamma Xi chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi, the honorary band fraternity, "throws a psi" inside the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. As a brother of Kappa Kappa Psi, Crotty devotes an exceptional amount of time and effort to serving the bands.














-Brian Compere

Max Hofacker Profile




















This is Max Hofacker, a junior communications major at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is a disk jockey for the campus radio station, WMUC.


Before Hofacker goes to disc jockey his show on Friday at 12 a.m., he works on homework with his girlfriend, Abby Bjork. They live together in an apartment in one of the New Leonardtown apartments.


Hofacker tells listeners the next song he will play for them on his show, called "Auditory Assault Radio."


It's 2 a.m. on Friday, which means Hofacker's show is over.


Even in the early morning, Hofacker enjoys what he does at the station.

Personality Portrait- Jasmine EgbireMolen

Tuesday night Maya Fletcher, a sophomore animal science major, begins participating in the first ever Oakland Hall Halloween door-decorating contest. In this photo Fletcher lays out in order for friends to sketch the outline of her body.
Later that same night Fletcher carefully cuts out spooky Halloween shapes to attach to her door. She is also minoring in art and takes great pleasure in participating in the event so she can put her art skills to the test.
Maya decides to finish off her night catching up on television shows she has missed due to class. Maya snuggles her teddy bear closely, she says that it reminds her of home. She also insisted that I include the teddy bear.
Thursday evening Maya pranks her roommate sophomore letters and science major Franklyn Abedi. Franklyn plays a concentration game on Maya's IPhone and is startled by an image of a scary Halloween depiction.
Later that night, when asked to pose, Maya proudly shows of her "Legalize Gay" t-shirt. Maya says the fight for Gay Equality is very near and dear to her because she has many Gay and Lesbian friends.


https://picasaweb.google.com/103570379861207479281/PersonalityPortrait

Samantha Medney - Photos of Arsh

University of Maryland junior Arsh Agarwal enjoys being one of the official Maryland Flying Wizard Turtles photographers. Combining photography and Quidditch makes it hard for Agarwal not to have a smile on his face.

Arsh Agarwal, number 27 for his university's Quidditch team, takes a moment to think about his photography.

With the University of Maryland's Quidditch team practicing on McKeldin Mall, Arsh Agarwal is on scene capturing the action. While Agarwal is taking photographs, the team is scrimmaging and preparing for their game against Johns Hopkins Saturday.

Arsh Agarwal looks over an action shot of The Maryland Flying Wizard Turtles. With the Quidditch World Cup coming up November 12th, Agarwal balances capturing the action through the camera and being a part of it on the pitch.

Biology major Arsh Agarwal faces McKeldin Mall during one of the Maryland Flying Wizard Turtle's practices. While his focus in school is genetics, his out of class passion is photography.

To check out the raw footage, go to:

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Mandy's Personality Profile Photos

Austin Raimond, an architecture major, works on a casual sketch in his home. He often finds himself sketching much larger assignments for class.


Raimond considers a model while browsing a gallery in the University of Maryland School of Architecture. He likes to browse the building's various galleries in between


Raimond points out the key features of a Greek structure while studying in the Architecture Library at the University of Maryland School of Architecture. His knowledge will be tested with an exhaustive exam on the subject next week.


Always looking for a creative outlet, Raimond dabbles on the piano in the basement of Anne Arundel Hall. He does not take formal lessons, but he and a friend have recently been working out the tune to "Closing Time."


LinkAt the end of a long day, Raimond Skypes with his long-distance girlfriend, Jill. The two have been dating for about a year and video chat almost every night.


Full Album: https://picasaweb.google.com/117282789271604346823/PersonalityProfile?authuser=0&feat=directlink