Lane Davis is currently a senior Digital Arts student at Stetson University. He is a member of the Honors Program and expects to graduate in the Spring of 2024. He is an interdisciplinary creator with a focus in event photography, audio and video production, field recording, and sound design.
Davis previously attended Lake-Sumter State College as an Honors Student on a full-ride scholarship and transferred to Stetson University on a full-ride scholarship after completing his A.A degree. During his time at Lake-Sumter, Davis held a leadership role in Student Government and the Honors Program’s own club focused on community service. He also had the privilege of becoming a TEDx speaker for the college with his talk, “How Dying Showed Me the Power of Storytelling.”
At Stetson University, Davis works as the Executive Station Manager of WHAT Radio, a branch of Stetson’s award-winning media organization, Hatter Network. Davis leads his staff in producing live video content, podcasts, and live event production for the Stetson community. 
He works part-time for the Central Florida Film Festival as a multimedia technician, assisting in various capacities, such as webmaster and on-site support staff.
Seasonally, Davis volunteers his time with SkillsUSA, a national nonprofit organization focused on supporting America’s skilled trade workers. He applies his expertise to support the organization and student members in various capacities, such as technical event support and soft skill facilitation workshops.
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