Donald Juel Griffin
I'm Donald Griffin, a multimedia journalist and producer from White Oak, Texas. In December 2017, I earned my B.A. in Journalism at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.
Most recently, I was a literary assistant at Dupree/Miller & Associates in Dallas. I assisted the head of the television/film division, Lacy Lynch.
In fall 2016, I was the Multimedia Intern in the Dracopoulos iDeas Lab at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D.C. Primarily, my work deals with audio, photo, and video editing/production for many of the programs at CSIS.
I've served as the Editor-in-Chief and Design Editor of TCU's newspaper, Skiff x 360. Prior, I worked as a Designer for the Skiff as well.
My journalism background has a heavy emphasis in print. I have experience with in newspaper print (broadsheet and tabloid), news-magazine (long-tabloid) and magazine print. At the collegiate level, my focus has been layout design. I began in my first semester as a designer for the Skiff x 360 and took on the role of design editor in my second semester. I also began working with Image magazine in my second semester as well.
I began at White Oak High School as the assistant editor of the tabloid newspaper, Gauger. My senior year, we transitioned to broadsheet, and I served as the editor-in-chief. I also served as the advertisement editor for our yearbook, Roughneck.
Outside of journalism, my interests include playing volleyball, spending time with my family, and competitive speech and debate. I played on the TCU men’s club volleyball team and competed for TCU's competitive speech and debate team, TCU Forensics.
Please see my portfolio pages for my design, editorial and broadcast material.