I realise now that I’ve neglected this blog for quite some time. Now that I’m about to wrap up my time in the #06, I feel the need to revisit this messy corner of the Internet.
Long time, no post, eh?
A couple of weeks ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to talk about my experience in Cannes this year and TAPIF in general with Zena Wozniak, of the blog Frenchification. Be sure to check it out along with the rest of her French language learning blog! She’s truly stellar.
The first of a series featuring Americans living abroad in France! First up, Edward Wojciechowski. Edward’s YouTube channel documents his life as an English teaching assistant in Cannes. From Learning to Ski in the Alps to attending The Cannes Shopping Festival, it seems Edward and his friends are always up to a new adventure —…
For the final project of this course, I set out to create a photo series that showed the absurdity of women’s clothing. How successful was I? Not particularly.
One of the last assignments in my black and white photography course tied into a presentation that each student had to prepare. Without our knowledge of this little assignment, each student had to present on a photographer of their choice. After doing so, we all had to take two photos and replicate either the style of the photographer or two of their own photos.
Arguably my favorite (and best) assignment that I did in these photography courses was the fifth black and white assignment. The idea was to present a small series of photos that somehow interacted with each other. My inspiration came sort of randomly, if I remember correctly. I had stumbled upon a cover of Grease’s “You’re the One That I Want” in a Chanel perfume ad. The song, by artist Lo-Fang, had captured my attention.
It was all about my height in this assignment.
I took…a lot of photos for my second assignment.