I'd like to think that I would consider myself as someone who doesn't get washed up by mainstream media. To be frankly honest I don't really intentionally, actively connect or engage myself in any kind of news media, especially commercial television. Ironic, I know as a Communications and Media student. However, I've discovered that somehow… Continue reading Media ownerships: I’m in control…I think?
If someone had asked me to explain semiotics in one image. The image to the left would be it. If you have been living under a rock and haven't come across this image which is highly unlikely. Then you would have not known that this image, an image of a simple dress had sparked global… Continue reading Semiotics: I saw the signs and it opened up my eyes
It isn't recent information that the media is at constant consumption in modern society . There have been many sources expressing the paradoxical nature of the media, the idea that the media improves and makes it more accessible to communicate with each other but in fact does the contrary and disconnects people from interacting with… Continue reading The Media: Bringing society so close yet so far
https://youtu.be/iwECSZgRKMQ The theme for the second #JRNL102 assignment I decided to use my friend Marty who is a 60 year old alcoholic. His electric sense of character and brutal honesty is what intrigued me to use him as my subject. I met Marty at a bar he occasionally goes to, mostly because he is banned… Continue reading Assignment 2: What’s Hidden.
https://soundcloud.com/user153641331/rad-bar Owner of Rad Bar, Daniel Radburn decided that his bar was going to be a place of individuality and acceptance. A place where there was no discrimination on what people choose to wear or how they act. Only rule is to be yourself, everyone that is a regular at Rad is all bonded by… Continue reading JRNL102 Assignment 1 – Rad Bar