National Broadcasting Society
National Broadcasting Society (NBS) is a country-wide student organization dedicated to preparing students for careers in television production and mass media as a whole. I've been involved with the Bloomsburg chapter of NBS since the beginning of my sophomore year, and I've found that NBS provides a fantastic creative outlet to practice and improve upon my existing skills in videography and video editing.
NBS is also attached to Alpha Epsilon Rho, the National Honors Society for the Study of Electronic Media. I was inducted into the society, alongside a handful of other NBS members nationwide.
Video projects created by NBS members are regularly broadcast on local cable (BUTV) as part of a student produced variety show, "Roughcut."
The Final Journey
The Final Journey is an interactive short film I directed, which serves as a last hoorah for my senior year. Inspired by the Black Mirror standalone special, "Bandersnatch," The Final Journey follows the protagonist as the player determines which path he walks.
If you intend to view The Final Journey in its entirety, I strongly recommend viewing on a desktop with autoplay enabled.
NBS Digital Shorts
The NBS Digital Shorts (abbreviated as NBSDS) have been one of my biggest creative outlets during my time in NBS. NBSDS is largely inspired by Andy Samberg's run on SNL, and has been an ongoing series of short comedy segments that I have been deeply involved with for the past several years. I mainly contribute to the group as a co-leader, director, editor, and videographer, though I've also written and produced several shorts.
BU on the Street
As is the case with NBSDS, BU on the Street is a bi-weekly comedy series that I contribute to, primarily as a videographer. BUOTS differs from NBSDS in that it is loosely based off of Billy Eichner's "Billy on the Street," and utilizes impromptu reactions from cast members and unsuspecting bystanders.