Meet your Equipment Managers

Joyce Hills - Senior Equipment Manager

Chris Nichols is a Senior at the College of Saint Rose, majoring in Communications and Film and New Media, also acting as Treasurer for the club Saint Rose Television (SRTV).  Being a COM student these last couple of years has been a great experience for Chris.  He has been able to learn so much about production, online communication, and more.  This past summer, Chris had the opportunity to intern with Disability Right New York (DRNY) as a Marketing and Communications intern.  During this internship he was able to get experience in both video and audio production.  He had the opportunity to film “A DRNY MyStory” video, working with cameras, lighting, and audio in a real-world setting.  Also for his internship, he helped record a weekly podcast called “Empire State of Rights: Close Captioned,” where he was able to learn more about various audio equipment while also learning interviewing skills.  With the experiences he has had, he is qualified and excited to help out this year.  Chris also has a Cockapoo dog named Emily, loves to ski, and is a triplet.  

Joyce Hills is a Junior/Senior Communications major with a concentration in Film and New Media.  Joyce’s focus is on directing, editing, writing and acting.  Joyce is the President of Saint Rose Television (SRTV), where she has hosted news segments, worked three live shows with the campus comedy club “Crate of Apes,” written, produced, directed, and edited the original show “Grades of Our Lives” for the SRTV YouTube channel, and is currently beginning production on a new SRTV sitcom titled “Last Ditch.”  Hills is also an Ambassador to the Department of Communications, has worked as a Production Assistant for ABC Studios, a recorder for Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), and anticipates entering preproduction for an untitled feature-length film at the end of the year.  Through her roles as a student and professional, it is her goal to contribute heartily to the Saint Rose experience and to be around as much equipment as is humanly possible.




Chris Nichols - Assistant Equipment Manager