As of earlier this month, I'm officially a journalism school graduate! Being in Carleton journalism, I've always noticed the lack of diversity in terms of people of colour in the program. Honestly, in my graduating year, I can count less than 20. I'm posting this pretty late, but I had the opportunity to talk about … Continue reading Newsroom reflections: Talking diversity in journalism schools
I stepped out of my comfort zone as a section editor for The Charlatan, my university's independent student newspaper and temporarily stepped into the role of co-host of the newspaper's radio show with my classmate and friend Emily D'Orazio, since one of the regular hosts, Sydney, was unavailable. I helped write a small part of the … Continue reading AUDIO: Co-hosting Charlatan Live
I had the chance to be a host for Midweek, a current affairs show broadcast across Ottawa and produced by graduate and undergraduate journalism students in their final year of study. In addition to hosting, for this show, I also co-produced a Q&A piece previewing the 20th anniversary year of the Ottawa International Writers Festival (4:37) … Continue reading AUDIO: Hosting Midweek on CKCU 93.1 FM
I created this short radio piece for my final history project, and I really enjoyed researching, narrating, and editing together this little mini-episode. I'm hoping this is the beginning of a bigger project, as I've had the idea for a podcast featuring people's migration stories for a while. Have a listen, and I hope you … Continue reading AUDIO: Potential podcast pilot – Diaspora Dialogues: Gold and Trains
New York is one of my favourite cities in the world, with many people, places, and things to discover. This past summer, I had the chance to explore some of the city while practicing my DSLR abilities. Here are a few of the best photos from that adventure.
On the night of Jan. 25, LIVE on Elgin, a downtown performance venue, came alive with Oxford shoes, twirling skirts, and fast-paced jazz beats, as local swing dance group Bytown Swing hosted a community dance night. While smaller than its Toronto and Montréal counterparts, Ottawa’s swing dance community is vibrant and active, as seen from one Wednesday night. Dancers … Continue reading PHOTO: Lindy hopping on Elgin Street – A glimpse of Ottawa’s swing dance community
Class assignment for an event that happened on Dec. 1, 2016.
Class assignment for an event that happened on Oct. 18, 2016.
Class assignment for an event that happened on Nov. 23, 2016.
Hey, Internet! Sorry I haven't posted in a while-school, work, and life got in the way. Watch this video from One Time Stories, a fantastic storytelling YouTube channel that I collaborated with to tell a story about food (check me out at 1:10). This channel is a fantastic avenue for storytelling and Leslie does a great … Continue reading VIDEO: NOM NOM NOM – Collab with One Time Stories!