About Me


My Name is Randi but i’m known around my hometown as Seattle’s Randi. Born and raised in the Seattle area, I chose this name because whenever I leave home I’m always asked the same 2 questions: “Where are you from?” and “What’s your name?”

I received my associates degree in 2010 and shortly after went back to school to complete an Advanced Digital Video Production program which opened my eyes to a new world of creation. During this time I also began to explore more with creating online content by filming random youtube videos and posting them online.  In 2015, I decided to return to school to complete my bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Media Production to give myself the education and experience I need in order to be successful in the film and entertainment industry. On May 6th, 2017, I graduated from the best school on the west coast, The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University.

2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. sofyaprewitt says:

    I am very impressed with not only the time, but the effort you put into this project! It is clear that you have a passion and a skill set to match. I really like how you used the silhouette image of an actual image of yourself. I think it portrays who you are very nicely. The logo is very glamorous, which I think also gets the theme you want across. I like that words “SEATTLES RANDI” are in gold also. I agree that if you want to keep the space needle in your final logo that you should go for it! Honestly, I can not think of anything that needs to be changed. Maybe move the banner to right on the head shape? Maybe maybe the silhouette larger in size? Another idea, maybe make the banner larger in size? None of these suggestions should be considered vital. Very well done! Good luck!

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