Monday, May 2, 2011

Sally Final Work

Super Sally from Jessi on Vimeo.


Group photo is courtesy of Lebo. Need him to upload it.

My senior project is registered on withoutabox. In fact, I already entered a festival and am submitting my DVD this week. It's for the DragonCon Independent Film Festival in Atlanta, GA.

Online presence -

I believe I did reasonably well. I was receptive to critiques from the businesses and alumni even though I was not planning on interviewing for them. I talked with the representative from Memphis City Schools and got some good information. I found out that I was way ahead of many of my peers. I am at the point that I am just waiting for another interview. I have taken all my exams and submitted all documentation and even done a first interview. This made me feel more confident.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Continued Job Search

Memphis Teaching Fellows
I have an interview on April 27th!!!!!! 4:30-8:30 PM. At the Board of Education.
I need to bring 2 unofficial copies of my transcript and proof of my Praxis II scores to the interview.

Memphis City Schools
Job fair on April 29th. Sending in official transcripts and Praxis scores now. In the process of scheduling an interview. Made it past round 1 of phone interviews.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Due Thurs.

- Choose one behavioral question and answer using STAR technique. Post to blog.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Revised Bio and Synopsis and Printed Materials

Interrupted from her playtime by a monster destroying the city, Sally changes into a superhero, using her resources to try and fight the menace. When all else fails, she goes to the forest for a friend to help save the day.

Jessi is an Animation major graduating in Spring 2011. She began as an illustrator and pixel artist as a young teenager, evolving her work to incorporate movement and time. She often works with deceptively child-like characters and aspects while utilizing more socially conscious themes. Jessi continues to work in multiple styles and media, always exploring new ways to express her ideas visually. She plans to attend graduate school to pursue a career in Art Education.

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Thursday, April 7, 2011