I anchored BCIT news for February 2019's final episode, For #Antibullying week my co-anchor Graham Cox and I wore pink to show support. Our news team provides full coverage of the Burnaby south By-election and other local content.
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The deconstructed helicopter, BCIT in focus
I worked with a shooter on this story and learnt the basics of helicopter mechanics, the deconstructed helicopter acts as a learning aid on BCIT's aerospace campus in Richmond. BCIT in focus is spin off of the typical mag show that takes more of a promotional tone while talking about the schools 3 off site trades schools.
This documentary is something I worked on with a small team of BCIT classmates in my second year of journalism courses. Robert Gagno is a world champion pinball player who lives with autism, Our documentary detailed how Robert goes about his day to day life and finds balance. I edited this video and was really happy with the finished productof this as well as our web post which lives on BCITNews.com
BCIT students are polled about a by-election on campus, VJ
This news story for BCIT Mag dives into how Burnaby's by-election was seen on Campus. A polling station was set up at the school in part of an effort to increase young adult voting, but most of the students I spoke to didn't seem to be keen on local politics. Taking a more in depth angle into the race was the original plan but that kind of thing is hard to accomplish when seemingly no one could answer who was in the running outside of Jagmeet Singh.
City hall remembers veterans with artistic student display, VJ
This elementary school planted hundreds of fake poppies on Vancouver's city hall lawn to remind busy street traffic of Canada's veterans.
Pumpkin shootout, 1st VJ assignment for BCIT Magazine
This fun kicker story is about a gun range that changed up their targets to bring in proceeds for a Vancouver based animal rights charity. Disclaimer for exploding pumpkins and puns that will make you cringe.