Monthly Archives: November 2014

PPP – Promotional photography and film for businesses

Initially, I was going to do branding for my PPP project. However, I would much rather do this as a major project, as I wouldn’t want to rush it within this deadline. For the 4 days I have been working with a few local businesses in Altrincham. I grew up in this town and there […]

Woodwork and Printroom

So just been to see both the print room and wood work room. I went into the print room not knowing much, but now i know it is pretty much impossible to use vinyl lettering. It would be far too time consuming to do, and too much money (which is a shame as this would […]

Planning the making of the Installation room

Today I saw wood work to plan out my room and to make a start with it. I found the guys at wood work very friendly and helpful! I will be ordering the wood today to be delivered on Wednesday to University, which is perfect timing for when I am home from Manchester (I get […]

Thoughts on first draft of installation documentary

So I showed the documentary to Sharon, and my best friend Amber who works in TV production. These are a few points they made on the video: – In the opening audio, the font should be half way through it, to split it up a bit, rather than be right at the beginning – The […]

Installation Documentary Draft #1

Today I made a short, three minute documentary in which I will play within the installation. I do not want this to be the focal point, but just a video to introduce my subject. I have a lot of work to do on it… Notes: Intro information – too much text? Delete Yemeni information and […]

Detainee Information – Guantanamo Bay

Detainee Information Source of information: 779 prisoners have been held at Guantanamo since the prison opened on January 11, 2002. Of those, 621 have been released or transferred to the US to be tried, and 9 have died, the most recent being Adnan Latif, in September 2012. 89 of these prisoners have been released […]

Practical Project – Guantanamo Statistics

Statistics On 11 January 2002, the first “war on terror” detainees were transferred to Guantanamo Bay, shackled, hooped and masked to ensure sensory deprivation. Since then, reports of secret detentions, torture, unfair trials and suicides have hit the global headlines time and time again. 10 years on, the facts about Guantanamo Bay: According to […]