GRAMMY Week Recap: Angelica Pollard

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Angelica Pollard, 2015 Media Team Member

The moments and memories made at GRAMMY Camp - Jazz Session are going to be embedded in my mind for the rest of my career. This experience has solidified all my reasons of why I love working in the music industry. In addition, the people I made connections with will be unforgettable, and I feel a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation for this opportunity to collaborate with some of the greatest artists in the country. One of the most important lessons I learned at this camp was not only to have the talent and skills to be successful, but to also have a good attitude and friendly personality.

Focusing on highlighting the GRAMMY Camp - Jazz Session musicians during the beginning of the week prepared me for reporting on the red carpets. After more than a week of being completely immersed in the music industry, I'm thankful for all the knowledge I gained regarding video production and how it operates in the music world.

As I reflect on this incredible experience to represent GRAMMY in the Schools, I want to share that I appreciate all the talent I met throughout the week. I am looking forward to staying in contact with the connections during GRAMMY Week I made for the rest of my career.

Angelica Pollard

GRAMMY in the Schools Media Team

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