My name is Trelanda Lowe, but known as Tree. I'm creatively whipped, driven to inspire with a bang, quick at designing and implementing various TV, film and documentary productions; in addition, delivering a creative writing edge. I find that my crafty mindset challenges me freely and love partaking on new learning tools to enhance my employable forward-thinking persona. With my creatively solid editing workflow helps deliver an attractive add. My recent Bachelor of Arts, with an emphasis on Television Production from CSUN, acceptance to MSMU MFA Film and Television - Visual Effects program , and CPR certification illustrates my achievements; in addition to, working on my online certification with Adobe Suite at California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB). During my residency at CSUN, I participated in the Screenwriter's Club as a Financial Treasurer, the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), CSUN Thrive Achieve Program (TAP), CSUN Mentorship, The Queer Studies Program, and Millennium Foundation.
My involvement not only has been on the creative end, but in the community. I've been actively involved with Aids Walk, Renal Support Network, CicLAvia, Dances With Films, Ace of Hearts Rescue, Hope of the Valley Mission, Women in Media, Women In Media, and Film Independent.
I'm creatively interest in writing, editing, development, graphics, producing, & D.P. As a disabled individual, it’s important to have a symbiotic connect to freely create, work with a fluid crew, and (ability) friendly. The added benefit of hiring me is that the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), Dress For Success, and Lights Camera Action 2.0 (LCA 2.0) have provided me with solid tools towards employability. My organically driven aspirations in media, and creative nature can elevate your company to the next level; maybe what I’ve stated will enlighten you over my ambition and optimism.
I'm currently a student. I will graduate in June, 2021.