Category Archive: Community Culture and Identity

Thoughts beyond this module

As a class we have decided to have an exhibition featuring our bodies of work from this 266MC module. I think it would be a nice idea to consider printing my Equestrian Fashion… Continue reading

Critical Reflection of Module

At the start of this module, I was unsure as to how to create a project that I would enjoy with the given brief of choosing a site around Coventry. I don’t particularly… Continue reading

Final Equestrian Fashion Story

Introduction Page     I have allowed for a blank page here, showing the beginning of the story, and this image works best on its own. As with my introduction page I have… Continue reading

Equestrian Fashion Story Intro and End

Most fashion stories have a title, maybe a small introduction and have small captions for each image telling the viewer where the fashion came from etc in order to advertise. I am not… Continue reading

Website

For this module, it is required that we create a website using WordPress. Theme for my WordPress website =Resi I chose this theme because I envisage my website to be almost like a… Continue reading

Practice Fashion Stories

As part of this module, we have to put our final piece online. We are to make our own websites to showcase this. The best place for my fashion story is to be placed… Continue reading

Practice Flipbook Fashion Story

Before deciding upon my final images and sequencing, I began playing around with presentation of my fashion story. I knew that if I began this, it would help me to possibly get rid… Continue reading

Lauren Greenfields

    Greenfield, L. Fast Forward Photographs [online] available from <http://www.laurengreenfield.com/index.php?p=XX8NXVSA&gt;   This series of work has a distant relation to my project through the documentation of ‘peoples’ need to be upper class, and… Continue reading

Daniela Rossell

The Poor Little Rich Girls of Mexico  “The narrative of Mexico as our impoverished and drug cartel–ridden neighbor dominates most news coverage in America, but that’s only one part of a large and… Continue reading

Joana Choumali, Resilient

“Young Africans, Wrapped in Tradition” “Joana Choumali, a photographer from Ivory Coast who has been documenting modern African women wearing their family’s traditional clothing. She said these portraits allow her subjects to reconnect with… Continue reading