The project I have been working on since the end of January 2017 as volunteer photographer collaboratively with Disruptive Media Learning Lab and The Belgrade theatre was presented at The Albany theatre on 10th of June 2017. The work of MA CCM and Media Production students was shown during an creative photo exhibition and documentary screenings and received great feedback from guest and participants.
‘Dancing is much like abstract painting; two viewers will be moved differently by the same dance, and the same viewer will be moved differently by the same dance seen on separate occasions.’
– Don Pohren
Paris, the way I saw it during our international media experience week in the beginning of April. Sometimes I see more colours than there actually are, sometimes I barely can see the outlines… usually contradictions create the balance… it might look a bit chaotic and this is also part of the experience… Enjoy!
Culturae Mundi celebrated their 5th anniversary throwing out Masquerade Ball. It was amazing as atmosphere, performances and people really had great time. I hope, you will get the vibe from the picture below, enjoy!
One of the exciting outcomes of my MA course was recently introduced to us – taking part in completely professional manner in organization of film festival. In regard to the personal choice of role each of us have to make, my total commitment goes to Photography. I am passionate about taking pictures and when I talk about photography I do not refer to its ‘art’ form but to its ‘storytelling’ function. Taking pictures for me means to capture stories, people, faces, hands, details, motion, emotion; the composition, the frame is what hits my attention. I want to do this, because on one hand I feel most confident in that area and feel that I can contribute most in it; on the other hand, I know that I will try to expand the meaning of ‘what I am capable of’ and do more than that.
About being an old school nowadays when everything is being uploaded on the ‘cloud’ … Well, it happened to be my spontaneous, ‘knee-jerk’ reaction.