Emerson Today is profiling recent graduates to hear about their time at the College and their plans for the future.
Hometown: My hometown is Bellaire, Texas.
Q: Tell me about your time at Emerson.
Lowenstein: I majored in Media Arts Production with a minor in Business Studies. Throughout my time at Emerson, I was heavily involved with [Delta Kappa Alpha] Cinematic Society. I also worked at Emerson Productions as a student producer, making commercial content for the school and private clients.
Q: What was your favorite class and why?
Lowenstein: My favorite class was Production Management at [Emerson Los Angeles] with Marie Colabelli. It offered an incredibly comprehensive study of the production team and their duties on set. Students learn how to apply industry standard tools to creating the plan for a production. This class will boost your confidence and truly prepare you to work in the industry. Best class I ever took at Emerson, hands down.
Q: What is your favorite memory from your time at Emerson?
Lowenstein: It’s hard to pin down just one. I would say just being fortunate enough to collaborate with my friends and great artists to discover and create content.
Q: What song or movie best encapsulates or most reminds you of your college years?
Lowenstein: I would say “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen.
Q: What are you most proud of?
Lowenstein: I’m proud of making the most of my Emerson experience over the last four years. Alongside great friends, we made lasting memories and accomplished great things.
Q: What are you doing (or hoping to do) next?
Lowenstein: I’m planning on living and working in LA. With the pandemic, the job search has become difficult, but I’m hopeful to continue creating art and adapting to the industry changes.
Currently, I’m editing a documentary my team and I shot last summer. That will hopefully be done by the end of the summer. Until then, my roommates and I are staying productive and safe!