• Audio/Video/Film Production and Writing

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Communication Studies

    Lecturer

    Spring 2022

    A hands-on approach to learning filmmaking. Students create four short films, individually and in groups, and learn skills in camera operation, audio recording, editing, audio mixing, color correction and lighting.

  • Motion Graphics, Special Effects, and Compositing

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Communication Studies

    Lecturer

    Fall 2021

    Students learn techniques in motion design through a series of assignments designed to both cultivate technical proficiency and to develop a personal style. Students are introduced to software tools including Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Audition.

  • Interactive Graphics

    Duke University

    Art, Art History & Visual Studies

    Lecturer

    Summer 2020

    In this beginner-friendly course, students gain an understanding of how to use programming languages as creative modes of expression. Through the study of JavaScript in the library p5.js, students work through hands-on exercises in order to gain an understanding of object oriented programming and principles of interactive design.

  • Moving Image Practice

    Duke University

    Arts of the Moving Image

    Lecturer

    Spring 2020

    Students gain hands-on experience making short films, developing technical proficiencies in production equipment and post-production software. This is an elective class designed for 15 students.

  • Motion Graphics for Film & Video

    Duke University

    Arts of the Moving Image

    Lecturer

    Spring 2020

    Students learn techniques in motion design through a series of assignments designed to both cultivate technical proficiency and to develop a personal style. Students are introduced to software tools including Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Audition.

  • Introduction to Digital Storytelling

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    School of Media and Journalism

    Lecturer

    Spring 2017Fall 2017Fall 2018Summer 2018

    This rigorous course introduces students to a survey of digital storytelling tools, including HTML/CSS coding, Wordpress development, video production, and infographic design. This is a required class designed for 20 students.

  • Foundations of Interactive Media

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    School of Media and Journalism

    Lecturer

    Spring 2017Summer 2017Summer 2018

    In this class, students are introduced to front-end development languages and user interface design tools. Students examine and understand the value of interactive media in the journalism industry and begin to develop the skills to execute their own ideas.

  • Media Ethics

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    School of Media and Journalism

    Lecturer

    Spring 2017

    Students analyze and discuss ethical case studies in the fields of journalism, advertising and public relations. 50 student lecture course.

  • Fundamentals of Web-Based Multimedia Communications

    Duke University

    Information Science + Studies

    Teaching Assistant

    Fall 2019

    Through a combination of faculty-led lectures and TA-led labs, this course introduces students to front-end development languages including HTML, CSS and Javascript. I was the TA for 3 sections during this semester, teaching a total of 45 students.

  • Arts of the Moving Image Capstone

    Duke University

    Arts of the Moving Image

    Teaching Assistant

    Spring 2018

    In this course, students in the Arts of the Moving Image Certificate Program propose and complete a capstone project. As the teaching assistant to Professor Bill Seaman, I worked individually with students on their projects, in addition to leading workshops in digital storytelling skills.

  • Traditions in Documentary Studies

    Duke University

    Center for Documentary Studies

    Teaching Assistant

    Spring 2019

    Traditions of documentary work seen through an interdisciplinary perspective, with an emphasis on twentieth-century practice. Introduces students to a range of documentary idioms and voices, including the work of photographers, filmmakers, oral historians, folklorists, musicologists, radio documentarians, and writers. Stresses aesthetic, scholarly, and ethical considerations involved in representing other people and cultures. As a teaching assistant, I led lab discussion sections each week.

  • Digital Documentary Photography

    Duke University

    Center for Documentary Studies

    Teaching Assistant

    Fall 2017

    Documentary photography as a tool for exploring public education in Durham. Learn digital techniques including camera function, Photoshop, ink-jet printing, audio capture and production of audio-visual slide shows. Discuss ethical issues that emerge as a result of digital photographic impermanence. Service-learning environment consisting of fieldwork photography in collaboration with community organization, culminating in an exhibit.

  • Building Duke Research Seminar

    Duke University

    Art, Art History & Visual Studies

    Teaching Assistant

    Spring 2019

    Building Duke is a research project that explores the conception, design and construction of the Duke University campus as well as its changes and expansions. In this seminar, co-led with Hannah Jacobs of the Wired! lab, students learned digital storytelling skills for presenting their archival research.