Help Wanted

This documentary is a different way of presenting and responding to the negative way the public portrays fast food workers. The number one constraint of my audience is misconceptions they have about minimum wage workers. One misconception is that fast food workers are lazy and their job required no skills. This logic is often used as … More Help Wanted

A Day at Work

The general public tends to portray fast food workers as lazy people. I  address this misconception in “A Day at Work” by making a sonic argument and recording sounds of different tasks a fast food worker like Calvin would do on a daily basis.  I used sounds (recorded at a fast food work setting) to manipulate my audience’s … More A Day at Work

The Harder You Work the More You Earn Is a Myth for Fast Food Minimum Wage Workers Like Calvin

Seaport is adding new businesses, and fast casual dining at a very fast pace. It’s the “innovative district” of Boston where a simple burger could cost you as little as $15. The public seems to have a love and hate relationship with fast food workers. 1 out of 4 Americans consumed fast food every day. … More The Harder You Work the More You Earn Is a Myth for Fast Food Minimum Wage Workers Like Calvin

A Day In Québec

Traveling to Québec City was one of the few trips I’ve done with friends. I normally travel solo. I met up with two other travelers whom I didn’t know, Christina and Henry, in Montréal, and we embarked on a two hour and forty-five minute drive to Québec City. We had no idea where we were … More A Day In Québec

My Best Moment in San Diego Was Lived not Captured

I tend to avoid traveling within the US because I would rather use my travel fund for international trips. However, this month when my internship fell through,  I made an exception and decided to join my college roommate Nicki on her trip to California. I was excited to visit because I’ve never been to the … More My Best Moment in San Diego Was Lived not Captured