In February 2020 I was tasked with finding, shooting, scripting, editing, and publishing a visual story as part of my digital storytelling class. I chose the Winnipeg Wasps outdoor rugby Snow 7's tournament as my topic.
In February 2020 I was tasked with completing a group digital storytelling assignment with another classmate. We chose ice sculptures as our topic, focusing on Royal Canoe's ice concert at The Forks in February.
In January 2020 I was tasked with completing a group digital storytelling assignment with three other classmates. We chose Manitoba 150 as our topic.
In September 2019 Brianne Fiebelkorn and I went to FortWhyte Alive to produce some multimedia content about their fall Sunset Goose Flights.
In my first Digital Storytelling assignment of 2019, I went out and discovered which buildings in the Exchange District were being worked on as the final days of summer were counting down.
In October 2019 Gabby Piche, Alex Karpa, and I did a Digital Storytelling group assignment on Koats for Kids gearing up for their winter deliveries.
As part of a group assignment in my Digital Storytelling course, my group created a number of multimedia productions on the 100th anniversary of the Christmas Cheer Board.
In 2019 one of my college assignments was to produce a podcast. Lily Medynska and I created Making a Millennial, where we talked about the constant stream of things millennial are being accused of killing.
In April 2019 I wrote a fictional screenplay for a Writer's Craft college assignment.
Winnipeg artist and filmmaker Noam Gonick is the instigator behind re-creating the streetcar in L.B. Foote’s renowned photo: the tilted streetcar from Bloody Saturday.