27 Jul My Last Project!
Wow, time flies by when you’re having fun! Sadly, my time here at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical park is coming to end, but I won’t stop working on projects until my last hour here. As part of my final project, I thought it would be great if I could create an informational video that the park can use. It is a 5-minute video that will be posted on the park’s website for visitors to see in the future. The purpose of the video is to help visitors lower their carbon footprint when visiting an urban national park. When people visit an urban park, they seem to forget that what happens in our vicinity can still affect or contribute to the pollution of our natural landscapes. In our case, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park is located in Downtown Seattle, the park is a couple blocks away from the Puget Sound and Occidental Park. The video’s goal is to raise awareness about the current issues our park faces due to its location. The video is still in the works but I’ll assure you there are a lot of bloopers and memories that will last a life time. My team has been so great with support and let me tell you…everyone is a natural on camera! Can’t wait to show the video!