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“Can You Pass Me a Marshmallow?” – a 48 Hour Film Project

I spent this past weekend creating what is now my sixth entry in the 48 Hour Film Project (48HFP). This year, our team Weekend Warriors competed in Boston from May 1-3, 2015. This is the 5th iteration of this team with only a handful returning each year. Being the 5th Anniversary of Weekend Warriors, we decided to revamp our team’s logo to a more polished look.

Sing That Thing! on WGBH

I was fortunate to be on the editing team for a brand new show on WGBH. Sing That Thing! is a new local vocal competition show, featuring a variety of High School, College, and Adult vocal groups from across New England. In addition to helping to bring in the hours of footage from the shoot, […]

2014 Campus Center Display

  • August 15, 2014
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Every semester, a collection of student artwork is displayed in the student lounge at the Max Mutchnick Campus Center at Emerson College. I am honored to now have my second exhibition of my photography on display during my time at Emerson. My series “50 Days” is currently being featured. The official announcement from Emerson College is below:

The Max Mutchnick Campus Center is proud to unveil its new display for the Student Lounge Gallery exhibit!

BrandonCardwell.com 2.0

Nearing the 2 year mark of launching my website, I decided it was time for a complete redesign. I think the new design is a better representation of who I am and what I love to do. Hopefully this design is easier to navigate, and makes viewing projects much more accessible.

33rd Annual EVVY Awards

  • May 12, 2014
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I was very fortunate to have been honored at the 33rd Annual EVVY Awards held this year at Emerson College. Modeled after the EMMY Awards and other awards shows, the EVVYs is the largest student-run multi-camera awards show in the country. This year I was honored to received 10 nominations in total and blown away by walking home with 3 awards in hand.

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