Brendan Wise manages Glen Angus Farm in Bel Air, MD. Not only is he responsible for maintaining the grounds and facilities, but he also cares for the horses and other animals that live there. Wise is a true horseman and he has a passion for what he does.
Internships are an effective means of gaining job experience, building a resume, and creating opportunities for future employment, according to several Towson University students.
Keema Crawford is a sophomore at Towson, here on a basketball scholarship. She hopes to use her love for the game as a means of working in the field of broadcast journalism.
Medical and wellness expert sought to motivate students and faculty at Towson University to find fulfillment, by asking them to consider what occupation they would do for free.
Brett Hall is a multimedia journalist for CNYCentral which provides news for Syracuse and Central New York on NBC3. He also works for 99.1 WNEW, a radio station serving the D.C. – Baltimore – Annapolis region.
Prior to graduating from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at University of Maryland, Brett served as the teen anchor/reporter for ABC News. For a young journalist, he has extensive experience in both broadcast journalism and print journalism.
Brett was gracious enough to speak with me on the phone and answer a few of my questions regarding the impact that social media has in the life of a journalist. Continue reading
The following photographs were shot using my trusty old Nikon D3000. No edits were made.
The beloved tiger in front of Stephens Hall.
I shot the tiger from several angles and decided on this one simply because I like the contrast of the subject against the bright blue sky. The lighting highlights the details of the tiger nicely. Continue reading
No longer just a teenage “sexting” tool, Snapchat has opened the door to a land of opportunity for
Do you know how long it took us to capture this picture where everyone was actually smiling? Too long. The only members missing from this portrait of sorts are our cat (who thinks she is far too important for such nonsense) and Blaze, our two-legged bearded dragon. Continue reading