Saturday, 3 December 2011

Brewery Arts App

A project from a gooood few weeks ago.

We were asked to design an iPad app for a music venue through which you could browse events and buy tickets ect. This one was a bit of a challenge for most my class as none of us can afford an ipad or know anyone who can but we steamed ahead and did the best we could. I chose Brewery Arts centre in Kendal to base mine on, hence the mountains and stuff.

To be honest I reeeeally dislike the way this project turned out. I enjoyed all the primary work immensely but I seriously hate the finals. It was such a rush to hand in and I feel like you can tell. Its far too hasty cut and paste and as usual the typography is poo. But the tutors loved it so high ho!

Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud.

I got to be a 'sound recordist' for the day a few weeks ago!
My housemate Finn needed someone to help him do sound on a university project, remaking the first scenes of Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind and I thought I might as well go on a little trip to the seaside and get some film making experience at the same time.
We went to the Solway Firth on the boarder of Scotland. I was so excited about sea and sand. Instead I got mud. Lots of it.
But it was still good fun! (I got to hold a BOOM! mic and listen in on conversations from far away)

Directed by Finn H. Drude
Produced by Steven Griffiths
Director of Photography Victoria Banham
Sound - ME! (for the beach (mud) scenes)
Clementine - Katie Forde
Joel was played by Matthew Swales a very talented illustrator on my course.
Check out his tumblr!

So. Much. Mud.