of work i have submitted is a project i set in my final year about perception.
With my photography i wanted to capture the beauty of locations at night
that would not be looked at twice,during the day. Night photography was
a new concept to me and i really enjoyed the challenges that came with
it, but the results were well worth it. All my colour work was taken using
Fuji Velvia with black and white taken on Ilford Pan 50. I used a mixture
of 35mm and medium format depending on how i saw the picture.
I wanted to show the viewer how the life of an homeless person is not
necessarily how we may perceive it to be.
This short deals with the working lifestyle and tries to explain that
it may not be as favourable as some may think.
I Am Who
A very personal film for me, which looks at how i felt i was perceived
during the time of 9/11.
These 2 shorts simply portray the notion of how children are perceived
to grow up to be just like their parents. The film itself features 2 subjects
with voice overs from their parents explaining what they were like at
the age of their children. i made the parents speak in the present tense
so that it would seem as though it were their childs' voice you were hearing.
the film was shot in slow motion and close up so the viewer could identify
with the subject and pick out their individual characteristics.
University of East London : BA (Hons) Graphic Fine Art
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