“Strive For Greatness”
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This Video uses animations that the students coded themselves using P5JS.
The animations along with the dance represent the students sense of unity and togetherness, while still showing pride and celebration for each others diverse backgrounds.
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Types of work that I do
I am passionate about doing work that relates to
Education/Schools, Know Your Rights, Social Justice
The best piece of career advice I've ever received
"Whenever you walk in a room, always let your presence be known".
Kathy is a Biomedical Engineer who works with very cool medical devices. For the last 8 years Ms. Rutherford has taught robotics for FIRST Lego League, FTC and FRC’s 130 pound robots! Kathy also works with the Greater NY Girl Scouts and has judged FIRST FRC, FTC, World Robot Olympiad, NJ Science Olympiad and Makeblock’s MakeX Spark competitions. Engineering is the coolest profession that no one has ever heard of. Kathy is devoted to showing students how cool tech careers can be!
Brettney Fountain is a Garage Designer in IBM's Client Engineering. Her actual scope of responsibility is to deliver a unique client co-creation experience to accelerate client technological transformation. Inside and outside her virtual office in Saint Augustine, FL., Brettney embraces any opportunity to create intuitive and meaningful experiences with her colleagues, friends, and family.
Sariyah Idan is an internationally touring performing artist and educator. Recognized for her solo theater show “Homeless In Homeland” about Jewish identity and the occupation of Palestine, awarded by the LA Women’s Theater Festival and highlighted by the ONE Festival NYC. As a music artist she has rocked iconic venues like The Kennedy Center, The Skirball Cultural Center, and The Nuyorican Poets Cafe. She is an educator with Pockets Change teaching financial resilience through hip hop culture.
I agree that the bubbles and flags work well to illustrate a feeling of unity in diversity. I would also like to know a bit more of your process. I can also see how with more time and resources to shoot in a space with more theatrical lighting this could develop into a simple yet very evocative production. I hope you all feel a sense of accomplishment with this and that through the process you've developed new skills for your future endeavors!
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