Taylor loves the idea of visual story-telling. There is something about images that really drives a story and she seeks to keep her audience engaged through the images she uses in her stories. Taylor also loves talking to people and hearing their stories. She likes to ask the questions that are going to bring her closer to the truth of a situation. Taylor has interned with the KDVR Fox 31 News Department in Denver, Colorado. She is currently a media relations intern with Biola University and works as a producer for Eagle Vision as well as a reporter.
Carissa Lehmkuhl has wanted to study journalism since middle school. Now a senior in Biola’s broadcast journalism program, Carissa is currently a news producer for Eagle Vision. She considers journalism an excuse to be nosy and ask lots of questions, and an excuse to talk to anyone and everyone. “I became a journalist to come as close as possible to the heart of the world” – Henry Luce, 20th century journalist
Ky Sisson likes asking people tough questions. An investigative journalist at heart, Ky loves to get out the shovel and dig for truth. Born and raised in Reno, Nevada, Ky worked as an editor for his high school newspaper. He also hosted and produced a morning television show with a friend at Manogue High School in Reno. Upon choosing to attend Biola University, Ky hit the ground running covering stories such as Occupy L.A., Dr. Conrad Murray trial, and the Seal Beach salon shooting. He is the host of “On the Scene with Ky Sisson” and loves traveling around Los Angeles finding all of the cultural hotspots and best places to eat.
“Travel and storytelling are two of my passions that fit perfectly into broadcast. As a reporter, I want to go all over the world telling stories; whether it be beautiful and exotic or dark and desolate I want to go to as many places as I can and tell the story of the people. My goal is to report in a way that brings light to even the darkest of these and enlightens our world to the vast array of situations, societies and stories living within it.”
Keri Lusk is a sophomore broadcast major and this is her second semester as a reporter for EagleVision. Minoring in political science, she is very interested in culture trends and storytelling. Keri has been a writer for the Chimes for two years while taking broadcast and politically driven classes because she strives to be as convergent as possible. She hopes to study in Washington D.C. next fall to report on the Midterm Elections, and eventually lead anchor EagleVision.
San Diego native Alyssa Alvarez is a senior in journalism and excited about her first season of reporting for Eagle Vision. As a hybrid journalist with experience in writing, editing, photojournalism, and broadcast, Alyssa’s passion for storytelling grows with each assignment. Through reporting for Eagle Vision, writing and editing for the Point Magazine, and working part time with a non-profit to tell the stories of people across the world, Alyssa has developed a deep love for journalism that has inspired her to use it for the Kingdom of God. Her hopes for the future include continuing to amplify the voices of the unheard and impoverished across the world through all mediums of journalism and to take the gospel to those groups.