(S)crapbook…

So, I’m in my final year of university now and here’s what I’m working on (academically) until June 2019…

  • A dissertation
  • A “major media project”
  • A collaborative interactive-video project based on the “transience of memory”

I totally intend to use my blog to scribble my ideas down and keep a record of my progress.

Yeah. I should have started this sooner, but there’s no time better than the present so… here we go.

Just to catch you up:

I was interested in exploring the topic of fintech, but seeing as I spent 14.5 months full time at Starling Bank (where I’m still working part-time) for my placement year and it looks as though I’ll be heading back there full-time from next summer – I decided to use this academic year to explore something else. I’m aware that’s a missed opportunity.

I’ve always had an ongoing, internal debate with myself about LGBT+ topics and so I decided to settle on this as my area of study this year. Being a gay man is kind of a big deal to me, so I’m looking to cover LGBT+ topics in my dissertation and my major media project.

It’s now week 7. More ramblings incoming very shortly…

My UCAS Hell | James’ Journal

UCAS; the acronym of an organisation that pre-university students tend to loathe due to it’s infuriating processes and through fear of the fact that university is coming up very, very shortly. I’ve been hesitant to talk about my experiences while it was all up in the air, as I’d applied for a Digital Media course and universities may have checked my social media & blog, but now it’s all settled – so here’s my story…

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