Hi, I'm Tami Nguyen.
I am the Communications Specialist at the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, and occasional photographer and DJ in Boston.
The Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, founded in 2020 by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, represents a collaborative research and education effort across multiple disciplines to build a world where racial equity and social justice prevail.
Crafting digital content specifically for the Center's Director, I lead all aspects of Dr. Kendi’s professional website and social media platforms. Other responsibilities include photographing and video-editing for promotional campaigns, lending support to schedule media appearances, and serving as a liaison with internal and external representatives to lead on the coordination of public events. In addition, efficient project management skills allow me to coordinate and counsel on media and communications initiatives, including the Director’s book, print, online, audio, television, and film projects.
The @bostontamcam brand began as a photo and video service that fulfilled my yearning for a creative outlet. I explored several industries and decided to refine my specialization in sports, concerts, and local politics. As a freelancer based in Massachusetts, I embodied the roles of a stills photographer, live event technician, video producer and editor, social media manager, television camera operator, live replay operator, live graphics operator, and in-arena DJ.
My past employers include: Live Nation, iHeartRadio, ESPN, TD Garden (Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics), Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox), Boston College, Boston University, Harvard Innovation Labs, and Elizabeth Warren 2020 U.S. Presidential Campaign.