This week we were privilege enough to listen to and learn about our guest lecturer and media practitioner, Warren Leung. Hearing him speak about his historical exploration with conceptual inquiry within a contemporary urban landscape was fascinating and led me to think deeply about my own practice and where I see myself in the future.
This self reflection correlates with what I intend to do as a career and also the first assessment of the subject – my own professional profile. I found that I have immersed myself is many facets in media arts from projection, installation, screen based works, documentary work, audio production and photography work (dealing heavily with long exposure). I needed a way to coherently depict what I do in my field, the works I have progressively producedand and their strengths through the filter of myself so that I can showcase to potential employers and clients.
For my own site I intend to keep it minimal, present the true details about myself and my works. I like to think of myself and what I do as organic and raw, when these shine through my doing it often is represented through its reception and overall quality – and I really want this profile to do that justice.
- Photography/Videography/Audio experience
- Media as materials (content creation/curation)
- Emphasise on medium utilisation
- Expression of narratives and storytelling
I am an independent media maker with a focus on content curation. I graduate with a Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies with a major in Digital Media and Communication at the University of Wollongong, Australia.
I am a creator passionate about bringing the dimensions of visual aesthetics, rich depth of individual stories, and historical contexts together through the experimental/ innovate use of digital media. My studies have given me the skills in bringing the frameworks of making to the fore, effectively utilising technology and communicating narratives through expression.
Profiles that I found effective: