Month: April 2010

HAPPO – Help a PR Pro Out

HAPPO – Help a PR Pro Out

I am honored to have been featured in a HAPPO blog post written by the great Jeremy Pepper, a zealous  public relations practitioner based in the Los Angeles area. Jeremy is devoted to helping pubic relations students, and has been highly successful at connecting aspiring […]

PRSSA Executive Board Elections

PRSSA Executive Board Elections

The SDSU chapter of PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) will be hosting their annual Executive Board Elections tonight. I will be running for both Media Editor and Director of Special Events and will be giving a 5 minute speech. If you’re a registered […]

Nine Signs You Should Be In PR

Nine Signs You Should Be In PR

The following article was written by Mandy Vavrinak, writer for the “PR Beyond the Press Release.”  9 Signs you should be in PR I was recently asked for an overview of what I do in PR by someone considering the field as a career. After […]

You Know You’re A Guitar Player When

You Know You’re A Guitar Player When

In an effort to unite guitarists around the world, I started a hashtag on Twitter called #youknowyoureaguitarplayerwhen. Not only did the participants connect with many guitar players around the globe, but we were all able to effectively identify our guitar-player-idiosyncrasies with a great sense of […]

Follow Friday – Updated 4/30/10

Follow Friday – Updated 4/30/10

5. Scott Lewis, CEO of Voice of San Diego @vosdscott
6. Stefaniya Thompson,
7. Ariel Hyatt, Music PR powerhouse from NYC @cyberpr
8. Nicole Vargas, Multimedia Producer at the San Diego Union-Tribune @nicolevargas

Enraged Music Teacher Turns Violent

Enraged Music Teacher Turns Violent

Enraged music teacher resorted to, well, see for yourself. Listen carefully to see why he “lost his cool” and did what he did. Enjoy 😉

Music Teachers: Newest Target for Scamming

Music Teachers: Newest Target for Scamming

Apparently scammers don’t discriminate against anybody. Their latest target? Music Teachers. While visiting my friend’s Facebook page, I came upon this post: “I got this email from my website this morning. I sort of believed it until I read the woman was from Paris, jumped […]

French Guitar Maestro, Bernard “Cyrloud”

French Guitar Maestro, Bernard “Cyrloud”

    With over 120,000,000 videos circulating in YouTube, the likelihood of running into a channel worthy of your time is slim. Luckily, I was blessed enough to spot Bernard, a one-of-a-kind classical guitarist (and cardiologist) from France. Bernard, whose nom de plume is Cyrloud, […]