Today marks less than two weeks until my final deadline at university, so as usual, it's all systems go towards the final preparations. This week I've been focusing primarily on the accumulation of imagery I have created over the past 4 months and which would be best suited as part of my portfolio for the hand in. 

In truth, the project itself is one I feel I could easily continue to work on well after life at University as the possibilities seem endless, yet the looming deadline means I have to pull on the reigns for a little while and summarise everything I have created this far. That being said, I did manage to squeeze in one last shoot in the hopes of creating a few more potential outcomes and overall, apply additional photographs to a body of work I feel incredibly proud of.

After shooting multiple times at Holywell Bay over the last few months, a change of scene seemed harmless, so I hitched a ride yet again from my glorious housemate Sophie to Logan's Rock right beside Porth Curno. We were lucky enough to land the trip on a scorcher of a day whilst we explored the exterior of the rocky mass, however, it would be advised to do this with the correct footwear...slashing your ankle open is not the best way to end a successful day of shooting. 

WEEK 43 - 25/04/2018


Not a great deal to report this week...

After the hand in of my dissertation, I've been trying to crack on with the remaining work for my project for this semester before the Christmas holidays finally begins, but not before I got some belated birthday celebrations in with the day ones.

The project I'm currently working on has accumulated into an investigation of psychological matters, enthused by my own interests in the concepts of Youth, human cognition and social standards. It seems to have incorporated a slight personal approach as well which has made the start of my exploration all the more intriguing. As this is only the development of my project I don't necessarily know if any of the imagery I have created will go towards my final deadline in May, but I feel confident that I will continue this study into my final semesters of University. For now the work I have will go towards my current deadline due this Friday and all that's left is to sort my final edits and prints before a very much needed 3 week break at home.

The North is calling.

WEEK 36 - 13/12/2017