It brings me so much excitement that I can share on this platform the additional work I’ve put my time, effort, and dedication into over the last two decades of my life.
Before I delve into the thick of today’s post, I thought I’d also announce a fun WIP I’ve been working on called Forever Rose, which can be read for free on Wattpad.
Hi all, it’s Leon R.M. Auguste! For the time being, I’ll be pausing any further blog activity on this website as my schedule has inflated with an incredible amount of responsibility outside of my own passion projects and private hobbies. Know that I may resume this in the future – but that there is also… Continue reading Update on this Website
Hi Media 204 class, Elyssa and I went to The Passion and The Cross play at the Orpheum Theater in Downtown Sioux Falls. Elyssa took footage of various parts of the theater while I interviewed the cast members with questions written by Elyssa. It was a very meaningful (and important) production, as told to us… Continue reading Man on the Street Project: The Passion and The Cross
It’s becoming ever so clear to me that the days of “middle class” societies are the way of the dinosaurs. The fact of the matter is that there are only two classes in society: the “ruling” class and the “servant” class.
Hi class, click on the title above to view my sequencing project! I had a lot of fun with working on this and learning about the different ways to edit. I hope you enjoy it!
Hi class! Here is my ABC Song Project. I learned a lot from this project; since I never used Adobe Premiere Pro. I’ve started learning outside of class as well, but this project helped me get started with the learning curve. I hope you enjoyed the video!
Hi everyone, it’s me, Leon R.M. Auguste, coming to you with an update! Even as I upload one post every week on my blog/website, I’m really starting to get into the swing of balancing my work life and school life. Primarily, I’m focusing more on work but have finally been able to juggle school as… Continue reading Personal Update on Life
It’s almost a natural part of our lives to wonder and question what possible things we can achieve if we were just given the opportunity.
My parents and I were on very shaky grounds at that point, and I knew my days were numbered before I ended up on the streets and homeless.