One of my favorite videos that I created, was titled “Cribs” which was based off the MTV series in the 90s. The premise of this show was to showcase the “Cribs” of staff to bring more transparency in the school, and to make everyone more visible and accessible.

My best explanation of entrepreneurship, which is expressed in almost all my videos, is that I always include a call to action. From my “Library Karaoke” to “Summer Plans”, I pose a question or a rhetorical response to the viewer to think about, and become engaged in the video.

The next example of entrepreneurship, is my video that recapped the graduation of seniors from West Linn in 2018. My idea for the project was to find people who would enjoy the recap and be inspired to donate to our live broadcast program. The general audience for this video are parents and students wanting to glorify their own memories.