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What I Did Over My Summer Vacation, Film Shoot Edition…

August 21st, 2014 · 2 Comments
Administrative · Uncategorizable

I probably say this every year, but how is the summer over already? I feel like I go in with the best of intentions and then feel like I never accomplish enough by the time the end of August rolls around. This time, though, I swear it’s not my fault. (Ok, I’ve probably said that before too.) I just had an opportunity that was too interesting to pass up:

See? I know that’s a bit cryptic, but, for now, you can see a bit more about what I am working on here. (Fun fact: I located that URL by googling “Vulcan economics,” and now I kind of want to go back and read some of the non-relevant search results. =P) Special thanks to James Tierney from Penn State and Matt Kahn from UCLA for contributing to the nerdiness of the film set- especially James, who got roped into being an extra for one of the videos! And who puts photos together better than I do:


Overall, I am super excited to see how the project comes out, since it really highlights how hard it is to explain economic concepts by showing rather than just telling but how powerful it can be when done right. So stay tuned!

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  • 1 Click Here // Sep 26, 2014 at 4:10 am

    human is so materialistic and run away towards luxury but as they found real satisfaction in simplicity as i found in your post so far 🙂
    loving it
    Go high girl..

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