Zoe Sadler, Broadcast Spot

In Uncategorized on October 19, 2011 at 4:47 pm

NATURAL SOUND: Photo shutter snaps

BIEDENBACH: Back in Greensburg, Pa. Zoë Alyssa Sadler snapped photographs for a portrait photography studio.

SADLER: Photography is a passion of mine and it is partially the reason why I chose to double major in multimedia.

BIEDENBACH: Now living in downtown Pittsburgh, Zoe is a double major in multimedia and advertising at Point Park University. She continues to fuel her passion for photography as well as her creative spirit.

SADLER: Overall, Point Park has a creative environment.

BIEDENBACH: Staying highly involved on campus, Sadler promotes events for both the campus activities board and for the Honors Student Organization. She also works as an apprentice for the Honors director, Helen Fallon.

SADLER: When I work with Helen Fallon, it’s like Christmas morning every day. She is like my mom at school.

BIEDENBACH: Sadler is also very active with a gorilla-marketing group putting together marketing campaigns and pieces for university events.

SADLER: The Halloween dance is next week at Whim in Station Square and we just finished up marketing for that. We did a commercial with our commercial committee and they finished up last night. We also partnered with the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, the dance is with them and we switch on and off with the print materials every year.

BIEDENBACH: In addition to planning and marketing the event. Zoe has also used her creativity to come up with a unique costume.

SADLER: For the dance I’m going to be a Gnome—my friends and I are dressing up like lawn ornaments. My roommate is going to be a flamingo!

BIEDENBACH: With her friendly personality, Zoe also spends her time working in the admissions office, and also committing to a yearlong honors mentoring program. Experiencing first hand the transition from moving away from home, she sees a need to help incoming students become comfortable in their new environment.

SADLER: I think it is important to immerse students. The college transition is a hard one to make.

BIEDENBACH:  Between her high involvement on campus, and work to mentor young students, Zoe has assimilated into the Point Park environment. She plans to graduate in the Spring of 2013 and pursue a career working as part of the creative team with a non-profit advertising group.

SADLER: I think it is important to be as creative and innovative as possible, because when you are thinking with an open-mind that is when problems get solved.








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