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…

Excerpt:

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.

Excerpt:

“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.