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Into The Wilderness

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Uploaded on Sep 2, 2011

Please read more for info on pretty much everything! Thanks.

All I can say is sorry for wait guys. Although there hasn't been a video for 9 months, this channel will always remain active as a place to post my work. It's crazy to think that a year ago I was still in the process of creating Call of Duty videos. So much has changed since then in pretty much every aspect of my life so the call of duty stuff is unfortunately history. But video editing and film making is something I'll always love and carry on to be involved in. I've recently been focused on film photography and design academically and have managed to score myself a place at Bath School of Art doing a degree in graphic design for the next 3 years starting this September. Within the graphic design course, they are very keen on using film/video as a medium so without a doubt there will be videos to come.

For the few people thinking I've died, you can always check my blog that I update every other day.

http://skeletonbone.tumblr.com

For people reading this far, thank you!

Here is a little bit about this video that I made a few months ago for college.

"Into The Wilderness was a 10 week graphic design project where I explored my interest in the great unexplored wild. In the 21st century we are accustomed to an urban lifestyle of being surrounded by buildings, cars, roads and people. When we enter surroundings of a primitive nature it can be quite overwhelming and surreal. I find it's easy to get lost in it's simplistic beauty. My aim was to convey this feeling through my work."

This video was designed to be projected alongside my main body of photographic and design work in my end of year exhibition at Stockport College. Creating a video that was a part of an existing project of 2D design was definitely a challenge. Every other video that I have made were created spontaneously with little in the way of a bigger picture.

Music is Calvary Scars by Deerhunter
Filmed on Pentax K-x

To get an idea of my flat work, visit:
http://flickr.com/​photos/​skeletonbones

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