How P6 Should Have Ended
P6 was (is?) a module of work I completed during my second year of university. If you've been following the blog since then you might have seen of my work in progress towards the final submission. For anybody that might be new or if you need a little reminder, here's a sample of what I did...
So the general idea behind the project was all about how much I love to read and how the characters from the stories I read as a child encouraged that; hence why I'm such a bookworm today. With the images I was trying to make the link between childhood and adulthood, trying out a few things, nothing was really working that well until I had a tutorial with my lecturer and we came up with the idea of incorporating a photo album and shooting it within the context of the student house I was living in. This was super late in the module, I didn't really have time to go home so I asked my mum very nicely to email me a bunch of family photos which I printed and compiled into an album myself. If you'd like to see the final images I submitted for this module (just look and don't tell me; they're not good, it's a miracle I passed!) you can click here.
So that was 3 years ago and I'm finally now finding the time to pick it back up while I take a break from my River Sherbourne project.
I've started again by looking through photo albums and looking for any images that reference me reading for show any kind of relation to any of the book characters. Then I set up mini studios in various locations in the house trying out different stages and different compositions.
Obviously, there is a looooooooong way to go still but I have a good feeling about it. Being back at home with all of my things has given me more ideas and time is on my side this time around, yay! so I can take as long as I need to get it right.