I shot this video with an iPhone and edited it on my laptop. I created the timelapse effect and captions with Adobe Premiere.
Another iPhone/lap top combo. I used Premiere and After Effects to edit.
Local artist Penny Sisto showcases her first quilt that she created as a 7-year-old. Sisto’s grandmother taught her how to sew while Sisto grew up in Scotland.
Local artist Penny Sisto fixes pieces of fabric on a sheet of felt during the beginning stages of a new quilt. Sisto often portrays women and mothers in her work, which she attributes to a tough childhood.
Sisto places the finishing touches on one of her quilts. Sisto creates “a couple hundred” every year and sells them on her website and at local shows.
At the News and Tribune, reporters always write the Facebook and Twitter teases for their stories. I like to get creative with mine, and they’re rarely changed.
I often post content to my personal Twitter and Facebook profiles. This one was created before our stories posted with the headline included, and I wanted to make mine compelling to complement the emotional nature of the story.
At the Ball State Daily News, I helped manage our Twitter and Facebook pages. Here, I used a pun to talk about a popular campus restaurant’s redesign.
This is the same Chick-fil-A story adapted for Twitter. The post is more of a headline than a tease, which suits the medium.
This is the first DN Twitter post to ever use a gif. I asked my editor if I could, he gave me the OK, and here you go.