In June of 2017, I started working with Beyond The Stage Magazine as the publication's Photo Editor. In addition to my regular duties as Photo Editor, I frequently make social media graphics for articles and contests, as well as GIFs and other graphics to help promote the magazine.

    In June 2018, I worked with Herø Records / Sony RED artist Logan Henderson to help create photo and GIF content for his social media. I also took promotional merchandise shots for his label.

    I worked with Republic Records artist DAGNY in October 2017 to help create photo and GIF content for her social media.

    In February 2017, I started working with the artist MAX and his side-project Party Pupils to help create content for both artists' social media channels. This included working with him at Lollapalooa in Chicago, IL and iHeartRadio's Jingle Ball in New York, NY.

    From September 2016 - September 2017, I freelanced with Interscope Records to help create social media content for them. Interscope would send me to their artist's shows to photograph them and then the photos would be used on the label's social channels, as well as the artists'.
  • The Bowery Presents

    At The Bowery Presents, most of my duties revolved around helping the marketing department with the management of the company's social media accounts. In addition to the company's general accounts, I helped manage all of the Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for the five venues they had at the time. I scheduled Tweets and Facebook posts promoting new or upcoming shows. On The Bowery Present's general account, I spent a lot of time running ticket and merchandise giveaways, as well as artist takeovers. While I was at Bowery, I helped the marketing team grow the company's Instagram following by almost 40%. In addition to my efforts with the company's social channels, I also helped create admats, social graphics, and website banners for upcoming shows (examples seen on the left).
  • Hope For The Day

    From August 2014 through June 2016, I managed the social media accounts for the Chicago-based non-profit Hope For The Day. Through my time at HFTD, I devised social media rollout campaigns for the organization's upcoming sponsored events and initiatives. The social accounts were also used as tools to promote bands that the organization partners with, in addition to posting uplifting and positive content to inspire the organization's mostly-teenage audience. Some of the most important postings I did were informing our audience about the suicide hotline or crisis line to encourage them that they are not alone in whatever they may be feeling or going through.