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Grant Lattanzi

Qualitative Researcher
& Digital Media Specialist

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I use qualitative research methods and  multimedia communication to ask questions about the impacts of the Internet and other communication technologies on daily life. 

 

Some questions from my past projects include:

  • How can digital media be leveraged to optimize outcomes for pediatric teletherapy?

  • How are cultures and subcultures influenced by disruptive technologies?

  • How do digital technologies impact the ways people use their time?

  • How can people make better use of digital technology to tell stories?

Got ideas for questions? Let's talk!

Qualification Station

My background for:

  • UX research clients

  • Artists & Designers

  • Consulting clients

My background for:

  • Hiring managers

  • Recruiters

  • Resume reading programs

My background for:

  • Academics, libraries, museums, think tanks, and archives.

ABOUT ME

Hi :) My name is Grant Lattanzi. I'm a qualitative researcher and multimedia artist interested in the intersection of digital media technology and daily life. I'm particularly interested in the implications of these technologies on community and individual well-being.

 

Before I began my work as a researcher, I was an actor for 9 years and hold a bachelor of fine arts in acting. During my undergraduate studies, I realized that what I loved about theatre wasn't the act of performing but  theatre's ability to serve as a method and medium to explore human behavior and relationships. 

 

In pursuit of further ways to explore social action , I continued my studies at  Georgetown University for my MA in Communication, Culture, and Technology (CCT). Through my coursework and research  appointments, I developed extensive experience with social scientific research methods that I used to write two peer-reviewed publications where I employed modified ethnographic methods to answer questions at the intersection of digital media, temporality, and the COVID-19 pandemic. I also taught courses on interdisciplinary research methods and critical media theory, and presented at six conferences including national meetings of the Midwestern Political Science Association and the American Sociological Association. 

 

I now use my theatre training to creatively communicate my research to stakeholders in a variety of contexts whether it is on my podcast, Media, Culture, and Why we feel like crying so much or my exhibition of documentary photos from the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

I am happy to say I have officially relocated to New York City and am accepting clients for contract appointments for research, grant writing, and social media coordination. 

Grant Lattanzi

January 2023

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