Kansas State University was an excellent foundation for developing my skills as a designer. Throughout my five years of undergrad at K-State, I learned the fundamentals and applied these lessons to create some thought-provoking projects. One of these thought-provoking projects was the Brownback v. the Arts project. For the final project in my media convergence class (2011), we had to take a current newsworthy issue and present the story using different forms of media. Working with two other individuals, Tyler Sharp and Kelsey Castanon, we constructed a multi-media tale focusing on the removal of the Kansas Arts Commission.
The following is my contribution to the project, including a storyboard, introduction video, timeline, and photography stories about people’s passion for the arts.