About Me

My name is Aaron Smith and I’m a recent graduate of  Middlebury College where I studied Film and Media Culture and Psychology. I’ve also studied at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.

Over the past four years, I’ve worked as  digital media tutor and supervisor of the Wilson Media Lab. My other work experience includes interning at Maloof Productions, the 1 Second Film, and GoGooRoo.com. This summer, as part of the International Radio and Television Society Summer Fellowship, I will be an intern at Deep Focus in New York.

My interests include: transmedia storytelling, serialized television narratives, web series, college/NBA basketball, internet marketing, and anything with mystery/suspense/surprise.

To contact me, leave me a comment here and I’ll be sure to get back to you.

P.S. The banner above is from a picture I took in Tel Aviv, one of my favorite places in the world.

One Response to “About Me”

  1. Christine Piepiorka Says:

    Hey Aaron,

    I´m Christine and I´m a student of MediaScience at University of Bochum in Germany. I´m just writing my Masterthesis.
    My thesis is about Narrative Complexity. I was reading John Mittell´s article on NC and saw that there is no existing clear concept or definition of NC. So I´m writing about the characteristics of NC with a case study on Lost. I already met John at a conference in Zurich, where he presented some characteristics of NC. I did an interview with him, which I hopefully can potcast or put into an article.
    One of my characteristics of NC is a transmediality of Lost. While my research I just found your thesis. So here we go…. 🙂
    I´m looking forward to read it.

    nice greets from germany, christine

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