MA project: The finished piece

It has been several weeks since the last blog post about my final MA project; an interactive news video about the debate between privacy and security. The aim of the project was to explore interactive video, and to find a way of providing additional context to the viewer. To do so, I created four videos. [...]

MA project: Video editing part 2

It feels long overdue, but I have finally completed editing the main portion of both the flat and 360º videos. This is an important milestone to celebrate - not only can I continue with progressing the coded format, but I have discovered, acted on, and learned from some difficulties I wasn't expecting to encounter. Two [...]

MA project: Arranging interviews

It has been a week since my blog post introducing my MA by practice project, titled: In the wake of a growing threat from international and home-grown terrorism, should the public accept less privacy in exchange for greater security? I have so far secured an interview with a former director of GCHQ, and continuing contact with [...]

Introducing my MA project

This is the first blog post in a series that will map out the progress of my MA by Practice module at Birmingham City University. It is the final piece of work on my postgraduate degree in Online Journalism.It hasn't been too long since I submitted the proposal for this assignment, which I opted for instead of writing a dissertation.

Presenting an election

Last week, Britain turned out to polling stations to decide the next government to lead negotiations as we leave the EU. Theresa May's gamble to increase her stake of power backfired, and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn's popularity has grown. Almost immediately after May's announcement in April, I received a text from course mate Dominika Suskova, [...]