During Semester one of my degree I studied four subjects: BCM 110, 112, 113 & 115.

Throughout that time, I produced a lot of great content which can be found below, these are the highlights of Semester One.

A New Beginning

During BCM 112: The Students were asked to do an introductory blogpost. I must say, I am proud of this blogpost. Yes…it may be a little long but I just love looking back at where I first started…


Hello Everyone,

Welcome to my blog. Let me introduce myself, my name is Amy Micallef. I am 18 years old and I am currently studying a Bachelor of Communications and Media majoring in Digital and Social Media and Marketing and Advertising at the University of Wollongong.

8-Part Photo Series: Subject X

During BCM 115, we were asked to create an 8-part photo series on what it means to be a living rebel. Throughout my time of questioning and defining what it means to me, I developed these photographs.

I am not being biased but I love these photos. They capture so much of the subject in these photos.

Excerpt of blogpost:

The Silence. The Fear. The Darkness.

What does it truly mean to be “a living rebel?” Rebelling is referred to as an uprising, a refusal of obedience or order.”

This 8-part photo-series uses various chiaroscuro lighting to highlight the emotional feelings that is captured from the unidentified subject.

You’ll Never Walk Alone.

BCM 110, consisted of 3 blogposts. One of which, I wrote about my feeling of being in an audience and can I just say that this was wonderful to write about. I had just watched Liverpool play live in England and it was perfect to write about.


“The passion. The excitement. The intensity. The roar. Welcome to Anfield.

Football has the ability of bringing the community together. The passion of football supporters is a religion.

Let me tell you, I have always loved football. From a young age I was brought up watching football games. I enjoy watching my favourite teams live especially the Sydney derby between West Wanderers vs. Sydney FC, so tense… it’s great. But nothing compares to walking through the Anfield Stadium gates.