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About Brynn Hutchinson

Welcome to my personal website!

I am a legal assistant and former resident assistant with 4+ years of experience in legal service support, supervision, and community building. I am passionate about helping people reach their goals and advocating for growth and expansion within industries. I have led events from initial proposals to email marketing strategies and beyond. While also supporting my team through risk management and crisis response.

The intersection between my own creativity and passion for advocacy began in my final year of university at NYU. I took an array of art courses, from special effects makeup to painting. I extended this interest to my major courses, taking a media, film, and anthropology course, and finally ending on a legal copyright course at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. There, I learned about literary option agreements, producer/investor agreements, director agreements, and more.

In addition to continuing my own research in Linguistics and Anthropology, through the socio-cultural lens, I intend to broaden my work in law, film, and media.

 

You can check out a couple of projects below, where I explore my interest in the concepts of culture, community building, and the power of speech.

Samples are available upon request.

My latest projects

My Latest Projects

Dramatic Portrait

COVID-19, HUMOR, AND THE INTERNET

In this anthropological analysis, I look at the effects of the pandemic on the online world. As the world has entered the digital age, we are seeing, in real time, how people have adapted to globalization, large scale tragedy, and more. Through this digital ethnographic study, I join an online platform and see how users are coping with loss, uncertainty, and change. 

Reichstag Building

LANGUAGE, POWER, AND POLICY IN GERMANY

In this paper, I explore language and legislation in Germany. This sociolinguistic topic has become more timely than ever in the States and abroad as I beg the question, "What is the consequence of language being weaponized?" We are faced with the problem of rectifying the social implications of political warfare. 

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