Video two delves more into the theory behind current social medias, and what makes them successful for artists and what makes them undesirable for artists. Before I go, HitRecord is an incredible movement, that is definitely worth checking out for a little artistic inspiration. And just in case you weren’t sold on the idea of … More Social Collaboration Reseach
Okay, forget everything that Kayne and Trump had taught us all, tweeting is hard! There have been many things that the Future Culture class has taught me, but one of the main things is, I am not a good multitasker. Every week in class, we would watch a cyber culture film and live-tweet throughout, utilising the … More Thursdays are for Tweeting
So over the last week, I have done a bit of thinking and investigating and what I want to achieve through photojournalism. I have come to realise that I definitely want that personal aspect to my work, and display the connection between people and possessions. With the forever growing concerns and actions towards waste and … More Rubbish
Lately, I have been really drawn to photojournalism. There is something about it’s vulnerability and uncompromised nature that is so profound, yet often turned away in todays social media era. As I mentioned previously, I adore the works of Lee Jeffries and Brandon Stanton because they compliment their images with a story. I would absolutely love … More Photo Journalism!
With the final semester of my degree flying by, I have come to realise how quick and valuable University is. It’s not too often you get to surround yourself with passionate peers and helpful resources, so I don’t want to waste it by staying in my comfort zone, I want to do what I love, … More Project Proposal
Through the past few weeks, I have discussed a few artists, some in which I have followed for some time, and others in which I have recently discovered through MEDA301 research. The photographers that I have come to love include, Thomas Stewart, Suzi Eszterhas, and the two artists that I want to focus on here, Lee … More Working Processes
Now, here is where I believe that I have shot myself in the foot a little bit. I have been so set on the idea of being a wedding photographer, that I have limited the opportunities that are open to me. As photography became introduced to society in the 19th century, it was being utilised … More Research Opportunities