This site will function as my digital portfolio, where I will upload works that I have done in the past years. Whether it be assignments that I had done through high school and college that I am quite proud of, or things I had done in my free time.

About Me

My name is Adam Ciarkowski, I was born on June 10, 1995. I graduated from Joseph C. Wilson Magnet High School with an Advanced Regents Diploma; the same year I had received the Eagle Scout award, the highest achievement one can receive in the Boy Scouts. In August 2016, I had graduated from Fingerlakes Community College with an Associates in Science degree in New Media. I chose this career path because ever since I was a small child, video games had fascinated me. As I got older I knew I wanted to help one of the things I love the most grow.

Web Development Final

For a web development class, I was required to create a fully functioning website, which I chose it to be a portfolio. Some time in the future I intend up updating it and using it as my main portfolio. Here is the link to the site: http://aciarkowski2.csc.flcc.edu/csc162/projects/csc162_final/csc162_final_final/index.html

Capstone Projects

For the New Media program at FLCC, there is one final class that has students use all of the knowledge they've learned throughout their time there. This class is called Capstone, where the class comes up with and executes group projects. For my Capstone class, there were three projects each student worked on.

Lea- 'Lea' is a documentary on Rochester artist, Lea Rizzo, the project was led by Tyler Jacob. My main roll of this project was working behind the scenes, recording and taking pictures of the group working as well as editing the behind the scenes compilation with another group member. Here are the links to the documentary and project blog:

New Media: Be the Future- Be the Future is a media campaign intended for getting the word out of what New Media really is, as it is a wide  encompassing term, the project also included an overhaul of the FLCC New Media webpage. My role in this project was behind the scenes and helping wherever I could. Here are the links to the New Media site and blog:

Strangers to Friends- Strangers to Friends is a media campaign which its main objective to help new college students find something in common with their peer, and possibly forge friendships. This was done by two people placing a hand on two separated parts of a circuit and high-fiving, thus completing it, this would send a signal to a computer to make a question appear as an icebreaker for the two people. I assisted with documenting the work process of the project. Here is a link to the project blog: