New Media Staff
Alisha earned her bachelor’s degree in Media Arts and Animation from the Art Institute of Phoenix. She is passionate about the limitless possibilities of telling ASU’s story to the world at large within her role as a Video Specialist. Alisha has previous experience working in higher education multimedia settings and has mastered the art of film, editing and motion graphics.
Andrew started working for ASU after spending nearly 8 years as a TV news multimedia videographer. During that time, he won an Emmy and an Edward R Murrow award for his work. He earned his Film degree from the University of Central Florida. Andrew also enjoys learning about emerging video production technology and film making styles.
Guy has over 25 years of experience in higher education media production with emphasis on research and documentary programming, online course media development, live and on-demand streaming events, and social media engagement. Professional interests involve incorporating the applied use of technology and media to enhance teaching, learning, and research in higher education. Related skills and interests include: visual ethnography, transmedia story telling, and data visualization.
Matthew brings over 10 years of experience at ASU to the EdPlus team, including instructional design and higher education media production knowledge. He is a proud alum of ASU who holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and a Master of Liberal Studies. When not working, Matthew reviews movies for the Phoenix Critics Circle and supports the local filmmaking scene in Phoenix by curating and hosting the Arizona Filmmaker Showcase each month at FilmBar.
Ricardo, an ASU graduate from the Herberger School of Art and Design, utilizes a multimedia practice to develop impactful media around education and social issues. In his role as a Multimedia Developer for Ed Plus, Ricardo creates new media course material for ASU’s online programs. Ricardo’s artistic practice leverages these same new media strategies to document local arts and culture phenomena as a means of sharing the stories of communities and individuals that make up this field.
Robert has worked in video production, graphic design, and photography and has been working in higher education for 13 years in various multimedia positions. He been a guest lecturer in Final Cut Pro or Photoshop workshops. Robert earned his BA from Grand Valley State University with a dual major in English Literature Creative Writing and Film Production. He has also studied Nutrition at the University of Arizona and currently holds many certifications in the fitness industry.