Hi, my name is Sienna Gibson. I was born in Australia in 2001 and I lived there until I was 15. Then, I moved to the United States of America. I currently reside on the outskirts of suburban Detroit, Michigan, “The Motor City”. However, I go to Grand Valley State University so these days I spend a lot of time over there. I love to ride my bike, drive and film cars and trucks, play my guitar and travel to new places. I’ve been racing bikes since I was 5 years old and have competed at several State, National and even a World event/s. I have a 1986 Corvette that I named Rory. In my free time, I like to work on making him faster and run better. More than anything, I love to go for drives and cruise with friends. Getting Rory was a dream come true.
Creative | Entrepreneurial | Analytical | Adventurous | Easy Going
@ Boyne Highlands Resort Back when I raced for Marian University
I aspire to be the best person I can be. I work hard and set achievable goals and expectations for myself. I am not afraid to go off the beaten track and explore new ideas and opportunities. I try to learn something new everyday, and make every moment count.
My high school in the US helped me learn more about film and video production. There I took several classes that helped me improve my story telling skills, including; Broadcast Communications 1 & 2, Video Projects 1 & 2, Yearbook (I started as a videographer and ended up helping everyone from getting interviews to creating graphic design elements,) and most importantly, in my opinion, I took Television Production Workshop. It’s also commonly known as: TPW, LO-am, WDBC or Dragon Broadcasting.
TPW helped me learn how to works with a team and how to create compelling stories with interesting b-roll (see my Faces of LO stories.) During TPW I took every opportunity I could to further my knowledge. I have directed live shoots and shows, I have created content for our daily news cast LO-am. I have work different crew positions on LO-am including anchoring, directing and producing.
I was in Yearbook for 2 years. I started as a videographer and during my second year I was more of a roamer. I would help whoever needed help. I helped get people for photos and interviews, I did some videos, I occasionally did photography. I also helped create doodles of things like cameras, balls, icons for classes, and outline the main subject in photos.
“If a driver has the the courage to make his own conditions, then rain is simply rain.” – The Art of Racing in the Rain
In my future, I hope to work for an automotive company. After growing up with my father in the auto industry my goal is to follow in his foot steps. Working for GM is a huge goal but working for FCA/Stellantis, Toyota, or Subaru would also be incredible.