Screenshot of COAI on a phone

Student Work Gallery: Fall 2023

Students across CMCI find ways to bring together their personal interests and academic pursuits. Since the college’s founding, we have showcased this diverse collection of student work.

Student takes a selfie

CMCI goes to Washington

CMCI in D.C. is helping students discover new passions and grow—personally and professionally—as they prepare for careers in media.

Jamie Chihuan artwork

Identity Through Art

Strategic communication major Jamie Chihuan loves visual communication. Through his art and internship with Palo Alto Networks, he explores these skills while balancing an art career and blossoming business venture.

Portrait of Angel Mollel, whose birth name is Anjela Yohana Koisasi Samanga Mollel, taken by Emerald Kristina Smith (@emeraldkphotography on Instagram) in 2021.

Sharing the Love

Meet Denver's Most Remarkable Woman, CMCI student Angel Mollel. After moving from a male-dominated village in Tanzania to the U.S. in 2012, Mollel launched the foundation 1 Love to improve the livelihood of Maasai people and empower women and girls to pursue their dreams. Now a sophomore studying media production, she uses visual storytelling to share her mission and culture.

For her honor's thesis, media production major Taylor Passios turned her apartment into an immersive experience that people could visit.

In the Loop

For her honor's thesis, media production major Taylor Passios turned her apartment into an immersive exhibit to illuminate the role of online information overload in COVID-related hypochondria.

Bird in 360

Back From the Past

Media Production students cluster around a table in CU Boulder’s Museum of Natural History as Emily Braker, the museum’s collections manager, reveals their subjects: a snake in a jar, taxidermied birds, a series of skulls and an array of other specimens dating back to the early 1900s. Their task? Take advantage of 2020 technology to reanimate the objects for an assignment in their Introduction to Extended Realities course.