Welcome back to The Gospel of Mark: The Jesus We’re Aching For Bible Study (By Lisa Harper)! We are in week 2. Just a reminder, you can visit every Thursday morning for a Bible Study post on the current series I am in. 193 more words
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The latest disgruntled university attempting to block Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro from speaking, Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, is requiring the Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) chapter at the university, which is sponsoring the event, to answer a series of ridiculous “reflective questions” before they will let YAF book a venue for…
This is an interesting question and obviously something i’m really thinking about especially because I’m approaching the end of my time at uni. During second year I have really found my love for styling, I enjoy styling my own work and have taken up the opportunities to style other peoples work. 240 more words
Where does your work sit in terms of genre and the creative industries? Think about the strengths of your working practices as well as interest – and whether these fit? And why?
I feel like my work sits very much within fashion photography, however I think my most recent project ventured more in to fine art. I have more recently thought about going in to styling, I have styled for other people within my year and also starting assisting stylists to get more on a idea of what the career entails. 101 more words
If you were to assess your approach in both areas, what do you feel works and what doesn’t and where do you see the need for development?
I think what works well is the stages in which I do things, which I have previously spoken about. Without doing my work in this order then I feel like I wouldn’t get the best result. 128 more words
What approaches do you take to developing your work(consider both practical elements and contextual), in other words what stages do you tend to go through to develop, realise and communicate ideas? Is there a pattern to your process?
When developing my work it tends to go down a similar process each time, I really thrive off of clothing and fashion in general so a lot of my ideas tend to come from certain clothing which i’m in to at the time. 161 more words
I feel I answered this in the previous question ‘What topics interest you, both visual and contextual?and why?’. But I feel without realising I seem to focus on similar themes. 206 more words