Entries by Katey Haas

Tech Tips: Shortcuts

“It’s supposed to be a challenge, that’s why they call it a shortcut. If it was easy it would just be the way.” – Rubin, Road Trip Shortcuts get us to our goal faster, but not always easier. When it comes to video editing, drag-and-drop editing is intuitive and simple. It’s also excruciatingly slow and repetitive. […]

From Rookie to Sixth Man

Fresh faced and eager, Scott Silberstein was the rookie on the team when he joined Monumental Sports and Entertainment, the owner and operator of the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards in 2017. Nearly a year later, he’s a full-time member on the team — its sixth man. Scott graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in […]

Tech Tips: Transitions

Transitions are tough. Whether it’s the transition from living at home to being away at school, starting a new career or job, or moving to a new city, it’s often difficult to move from one thing to another seamlessly and smoothly. It’s the same in video editing. Sometimes you need a seamless way to get […]

Important Advice To Help Make Your WMI Experience A Success

By Madeline Roberts If you are reading this you might fall under one of these two categories: You are a prospective WMI student or You are already a student of WMI, three or four weeks in desperately trying to figure out what you got yourself into. No matter which one of these you might place yourself […]

Balanced, Not Boring: How Embracing Life’s Simpler Fosters Stability

By Aliza Gray When you hear the phrase “The Roaring Twenties”, more than likely you conjure up images of all things Gatsby, namely sequined-studded flapper dresses and lavish parties. Yes of course the phrase aptly describes the outrageous and brash heyday of our great-grandparents, but in my opinion, that’s not its only definition. We are […]

The perfect program for recent graduates looking for a job in media

Introducing a new program tailored specifically for recent college graduates looking to land a job in media: WMI:JobLab. Our focus is based on one thing: making sure our students are prepared to land a job in media and to be competitive job candidates not just in today’s media landscape, but also tomorrow’s. With this focus […]

Horizons

By Maizy Kate Lind I have always been attracted to places I know nothing about. There’s an enticing, imminent promise of personal change that comes along with intense adaptation. In coming to Washington, DC, I knew I would learn things about a different social culture, but the uncertainty lay in how I would learn to mold […]