Presentation day for Project Brief #2. Like the presentations of Project Brief #1, it was really interesting to see how everyone approached the task. People being of different skill and capacity of the numerous areas of arts and media, there was a variety in content and style of all of the videos – this saving everyone’s souls of boredom. It was even more interesting hearing the reasonings of each person’s processes and creative choices given to their project, this giving insight into the working minds of those in my media 1 class.
I was a little nervous at first, to formally present my video, but lucky for me I was one of the last to present, yasss. I think I received relatively goof feedback from those in the class, even a few unexpected laughs (courtesy, Dan). My short presentation was over and went well – phew.
From this experience I learnt a lot about those in the class. There are avid bike riders in the class, namely Dan, Seb’s identity could be somewhat found in his kitchen and with the company of his kitten, Tim doesn’t mind a good ol’ experimental and crazed approach to expressing his identity and that someone’s identity can be simply conveyed by what the involve them self with – demonstrated by Justin’s short documentation of his weekend in Sydney. But more so I learnt that the concept of identity reaches the broadest of planes, but can be easily captured and altered accordingly to each individual by their grasp and focus of a camera. The true essence of a media creator.