Urban Farming Autoethnography

The concept of Urban Farming is the growing or producing of food in heavily populated and urbanised areas such as cities and towns (Greensgrow 2019). The idea is to provide cost-effective methods of food growth in densely populated areas while keeping procedures eco-friendly and sustainable. Continue reading “Urban Farming Autoethnography”

Pokémon GO & The Autoethnographic Methodology

In a previous post on this blog, I discussed my personal experience with Pokémon GO, such as my observation of the game’s release in 2016, and my return to playing it in 2019. This post will use the autoethnographic methodology to analyse and understand my communicated personal experiences. Continue reading “Pokémon GO & The Autoethnographic Methodology”

UOW Digital Media Society – BCM325 Contextual Essay

The digital artefact (DA) that I have been completing for BCM325 is the UOW Digital Media Society (DMS). I have been completing this project with fellow BCM325 students Callum Harvey and Kelsea Latham, in addition to the remaining executive members Meggen Pigram and Sunny Commandeur. Continue reading “UOW Digital Media Society – BCM325 Contextual Essay”

Project Beta Reviews: Future Cultures

As discussed in the first round of project reviews for BCM325 – Future Cultures, I have developed a consistent methodology for engaging with projects and providing feedback on their future development. Continue reading “Project Beta Reviews: Future Cultures”

Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 2

This post will provide a critical self reflection of my live tweeting ability during the second round of movie screenings in BCM325 – Future Cultures, and the levels of engagement I obtained. The overall live tweeting experience has provided me with a new and useful skill that I didn’t previously have. I am now able to translate this skill into other aspects of professional life such as reporting an event, critically evaluating media and other texts, or even note taking in a meeting. Continue reading “Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 2”

BCM325 Digital Artefact Beta – UOW Digital Media Society

The digital artefact that I have been completing with fellow BCM325 students Callum Harvey and Kelsea Latham, is the UOW Digital Media Society (DMS). Continue reading “BCM325 Digital Artefact Beta – UOW Digital Media Society”

Project Pitch Reviews: Future Cultures

When engaging with projects and providing feedback on their direction, I have developed a methodology that I use consistently. Below is a critical self reflection of comments I have made on three project pitches in BCM325 – Future Cultures. Continue reading “Project Pitch Reviews: Future Cultures”

Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 1

This post will provide a critical self reflection of my live tweeting ability during the movie screenings in BCM325 – Future Cultures, and the levels of engagement I obtained. Despite being new to live tweeting, I felt confident and natural during the process and saw myself improving every week. Continue reading “Future Cultures Live Tweeting: The Experience – Part 1”

BCM325 Digital Artefact Pitch – UOW Digital Media Society

The digital artefact that I will be completing for BCM325 is a project ongoing from last semester, The UOW Digital Media Society (DMS). I will be completing this project with fellow BCM325 students Callum Harvey and Kelsea Latham. The remaining executive members Meggen Pigram and Sunny Commandeur  will also be working alongside us. Continue reading “BCM325 Digital Artefact Pitch – UOW Digital Media Society”

The Robot – Innovative Technology in Marketing & Communications

As a university student undertaking a double major in both digital media and marketing, I always try to combine the two disciplines whenever I am tasked with deciding on a project topic. I do this for multiple reasons, the first being that I never want to complete a project on something I’m not passionate about. A project will never reach its full potential that way, due to a lack of interest and dedication. The second reason is that I always want to leverage the work I complete at university to assist with my career trajectory, as I get to discover the things I like and dislike, while also creating something that I can use in my portfolio. Continue reading “The Robot – Innovative Technology in Marketing & Communications”