I grew up in New Deal, Texas, just North of Lubbock, where I graduated in 2011. I then went on to attend Lubbock Christian University in 2012 where I was the first Mass Media major and the leader in my program. I was heavily involved as a student at LCU while in the social club Koinonia, I was also a student photographer for all campus events, set designer and sound creator for campus plays, as well as a videographer for all sporting events and Master Follies. I did host my own radio show, the Lincoln's Boombox, on 99.1 Chap Radio. As I spear headed my program for other Mass Media majors that were to come after me I was the first to receive the Bachelors in Mass Media from Lubbock Christian University. After my college career I worked at KLBK in Lubbock as a morning production assistant for two years while simultaneously interning as a post-graduate news reporting intern midday/night. I also filmed many Friday night football games. My passions include raising chickens, studying different kinds of Mexican medicinal teas, and everything paranormal or unexplained. I find the facts to keep you informed in an easy way. Tambien hablo espanol. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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