Our Year in Review series features the best of life at Full Sail in 2013, highlighting award-winning grads, popular student work, industry guests, and more.
One of the things I enjoy most about writing for FullSailBlog is the array of topics that I get to cover. With 44 different degree programs, there’s always something new and different happening on campus, and I’ve definitely learned a lot this year, from what anosmia is to which video games have the best soundtracks. Of the two hundred-plus of posts I wrote in 2013, I’d say the three below are my favorite. (They are for today, at least. I’ll probably change my mind tomorrow.)
Is Projection Technology the Future of Design?
Talking with Digital Arts & Design grad Dylan Roscover was awesome; he’s doing so well for himself out in Los Angeles, and you can really tell he’s passionate about the projects he’s creating, like this projection design art installation, which I wrote about back in April. We’ll see where this projection technology heads in 2014…
6 Ways to Get a Wider Audience for Your Writing
When I’m not blogging, I write fiction, so this piece about how to promote your own writing was a personal favorite. Our Creative Writing for Entertainment faculty members are published authors themselves, so their advice is worth a read or two.
Horror Month: 5 Halloween Movies Without the Horror
I have no shame admitting I’m afraid of horror movies, so I didn’t mind sharing that confession on the blog back in October. A behind-the-scenes bonus: I spent an entire afternoon debating whether or not The Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie, so I ended up leaving it off the list.