Marywood University’s Learning Commons houses the majority of the university’s collection of print materials. The materials are stored and retrieved though the Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS). This project was a collaboration between myself and librarians Amanda Avery and Leslie Christianson, as an informational video to show the transition from shelved to binned storage.
Each and every book made the journey to the new library. Watch as we follow one particular book who was very excited to travel from the LRC to its new home in the ASRS.
We had an amazing time filming the wedding of Rachel & Vince at Fiddle Lake Farms, in Thompson, PA. It’s a gorgeous venue that we both fell in love with, and can honestly say that one of the most picturesque locations we have shot.
SOAR is a collaborative program between Marywood University and NEIU19 that provides students with autism “real life experiences” in an age-appropriate environment. The enrolled students attend classes at Marywood, participate in a half-day of vocational activities in various offices and departments at the University, and participate in student activities.
This follow up documentary shadows five SOAR graduates and their triumphs and challenges finding jobs, despite their Autism Spectrum Disorder. Information about the release and screenings of the full length film will be released shortly.