ESP Biography

SARAH BI, UCLA psychobiology major + photographer

Major: Psychobiology

College/Employer: Splash co-director from UCLA

Year of Graduation: 2021

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Hi! I'm currently a junior all the way across the coast at UCLA, and the director of Splash@UCLA. My major is psychobiology with a minor in neuroscience. I happen do photography on the side because tuition is expensive, and pressing a button is kinda fun. Favorite food is hands down salmon sashimi. McDonald's has the best fries. In-N-Out isn't that great, I promise.

Past Classes

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A13299: Oh Snap! Photography for Dummies Workshop (Part 1) in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
Ever wanted to learn how to take pictures on one of those big black cameras (DSLR) and not just on your iPhone? For the 1st hour, learn about how to use manual mode on DSLR, composition, lens, and more. Then for the 2nd hour, go on a photography field trip to capture the beautiful campus! To see the editing process and results, sign up for the complementary Part 2 of this course. (Feel free to bring your own camera as well, but definitely not required)

A13301: Cut the Crop! Editing for Dummies Workshop (Part 2) in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
Editing can fix (almost) everything, but let's get a little fancier than VSCO. I will edit, in real time, some RAW photos taken earlier on the photography campus field trip from Part 1 of this complementary course in Adobe Lightroom. For example, how to edit portrait vs landscape vs architecture photographs. Come join me to see the magic happen! (you DO NOT need to have taken Part 1)

S13302: The Science Behind Sexual Behavior in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
What internally happens to our body when we are sexually aroused? How did the common sexual positions develop? Why do men cheat more? The physiology, neuroscience, and psychology behind how the human body responds to sexual attraction is a great demonstration of how much our bodies are designed for reproduction. This class is strictly intended for MATURE students, taught from a scientific point of view.