He is currently a mass communication senior at Louisiana State University concentrating in Public Relations. In addition to his major studies, Chris is also pursuing minors in business administration, history and screen arts.
Chris was born and raised in Galliano, Louisiana where he grew up in traditional Southern Louisiana style. He graduated from Vandebilt Catholic High School in 2016 before moving on to LSU in the fall.
Chris’ passion for film and television inspired him to pursue a career in the field, which led him to an internship with WAFB.
He now assists with the social media management and production for the station.
Louisiana State University: Mass Communication (graduation Dec. 2019)
The monumental rise of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu over the past few years has drawn many companies, big and small, to create their own competing service. Subscribing to all of these new services can cause a huge impact on your wallet, so you may be wondering which one is right for you.
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The Louisiana Passenger Safety Task Force and University Medical Center New Orleans will offer free child car seat inspections statewide from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 21 in conjunction with National Seat Check Saturday and Child Passenger Safety Week.
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Louisiana State University students will have a new way of getting around campus this fall. Gotcha will be introducing its fleet of pedal assist bicycles to Baton Rouge July 11 with about 50 locations around the city.
The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Eastern District of Louisiana is warning the public of a form of phone scamming called “spoofing” where official phone numbers are being used to trick people into sending the scammers money.
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