Keith Reid-Cleveland is a Chicago-based writer who creates content in the realms of higher education, entertainment, nerd content, politics, and sports.
The University of Chicago was in need of a website to detail its progress in hiring minority and women construction workers and contractors. This initiative was also in need of a new name.
In my role, I proposed "Inclusive Construction Initiative" and drafted all of the content on the website for launch.
The College Programming Office recruited UChicago Creative to produce videos that could help teach upperclassmen and recent graduates how to prepare for adulthood in a series of videos. The videos focused on financial literacy, job benefits, and apartment hunting, respectively.
The Faculty Development Program provides UChicago scholars with information, workshops, and events, maintaining an intellectually invigorating environment.
Exploring The Intersection Of Hip-Hop And Social Justice
Jesse Williams, John Cena, And Why Talking About Ra...
UChicago Creative was tasked with producing a yield video for all of the University's graduate programs. The video was supposed to showcase the University's prestige while representing a wide array of disciplines.
The final video can be viewed at the following – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXb2w7EZkT0&feature=youtu.be.
DJ Jazzy Jeff Talks World Tour With Will Smith, Cul...
By the end of 2017, two of the top-selling comics of the year came from one of the industry’s most prolific comic book creating teams, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. After helping usher in a new golden age of Batman comics, the two reunited to bring us Dark Nights: Metal, a six-issue story that brings together DC’s greatest heroes against an evil team of Bruce Wayne’s from throughout the multiverse with world-ending intentions.
After reading issue #5, Black nerd Problems got a chance to talk ...
The Kovler Diabetes Center reached out to UChicago Creative to create an overview brochure that showcased their world-defining research into diabetes and related subjects.
During the creative process, I had the pleasure of interviewing staff members to craft profiles about their work.