Week 23 – The Order of Things

I am very struck by how easy it is to become confused within your own practice!. I have started to set out the possible order for the films ready for the public exhibition. I am also experimenting with images that could then be submitted as part of my FMP. These images need to relate to […]

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Week 23 – Exhibition Planning

I had my next one-one with Wendy this morning. It was a productive meeting, and while there is still much work to do, it was felt that things were looking ok. I discussed my plans for my FMP exhibitions and looked at how I planned to develop the public exhibition into a more focused FMP […]

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Week 22 – All At Sea!

This week has also seen the completion of two additional stories, one from Charlie and one from Lorraine. Lorraine’s Story is fascinating, and one I have enjoyed developing. Covering a life long history of travel, mostly at sea, Lorraine tells the tale of the many rivers that she has sailed on over the years. This […]

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Week 22 – Geology

Following on from my meeting with Wendy, I managed to complete the Geology film that I had been working on with Anthony. As an ambassador for the Jurassic Coast, Anthony was able to speak very eloquently and passionately about the area’s geology. I subject that I felt was essential to include as it represents the […]

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Week 22 – Update

Today I had my one to one with Wendy, the first in some time. I had elected not to meet with her sooner as I had set myself to task gathering as many audio recordings and stills/video pieces as I could. The aim was to get an objective overview of what sort of likely project […]

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Week 21 – Ecology and Education

Furthering on from the history element to Riparian – this week also saw the completion of the Ecology and Educational relationships of the river. Thanks to Clinton Devon Estates, Sam – Head of Wildlife & Conservation and Kate – Countryside Learning Officer, both agreed to do separate stories for Riparian. Both audio recordings were made […]

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