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Michigan State University (English)
University of Southern California (Master's)
I graduated with an MFA from University of Southern California's Cinematic Arts School and am a writer of many fiction works, including poetry, short stories, short and feature-length film scripts, as well as a most recent transmedia project. As such, I am well-versed in the art form of storytelling.
I love crafting stories that speak to the audience's heart, with fascinating characters, relatable tales, movement-filled story arcs and interesting plots, worlds and issues. I enjoy fiction, especially fantasy, the most. But I am highly experienced in non-fiction writing, editing, proofreading, and academic articles as well and I personally think something can be gained from all of it.
I have experience teaching both elementary schoolers and middle schoolers in English, grammar, vocabulary, essay writing, creative writing and standardized test sections for reading/writing/verbal skills. I truly enjoy helping students learn and develop concepts and further their own knowledge and skills with these subjects. Seeing someone grow in the subject of English and writing is one of my greatest passions.
Feel free to contact me with any questions or for further information about me. I look forward to hearing from you! I graduated with an MFA from University of Southern California's Cinematic Arts School and am a writer of many fiction works, including poetry, short stories, short and feature-length film scripts, as well as a most recent transmedia project. As such, I am well-versed in the … Read more
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