More broadly, I align myself with WarnerMedia’s international mentality.
Having grown up in Vancouver, I then worked in Montreal, Hong Kong, and Shanghai. Outside of work and school, I also freelance to create personalized designs and videos for musicians, designers, and companies in the US, Canada, and China. Through my experience, I have developed a globalized perspective.
Like WarnerMedia, I am also passionate about quality storytelling that resonates with others.
One of my favorite first experiences creating meaningful content is when I directed, edited, and produced a recreation High School Musical’s “What Time Is It?” for our school musical.
Similarly, the TEDx talk I curated and produced as Head Organizer for TEDx reached over 6 Million viewers across international platforms.
More recently, I worked with my sister to edit, translate, illustrate, and photograph Planet of Muladi, a collection of short stories (now available on Amazon and Kindle!). With themes surrounding technology, ecology, and society, the promotional photos for this project reached 15K+ viewers per post on Instagram.
My passion to create and impact is inspired by the content I consume—most of which belongs to WarnerMedia. As a Creative Intern, I am eager to contribute to the team that has produced the stories that consistently shape how I think, see, and create.