Thursday, March 17, 2011

school has taken over my life!

What have I been up while not updating this blog of mine?

1. School, school, and more school. Just plain craziness as usual.

2. Mass Exodus! This year's show is going to be amazing - the team is incredible. Even though I'm not a part of the class, I was lucky enough to be asked to act as Photo Editor for the Mass Exodus magazine (which is being printed in lieu of the program for the first time ever this year), and also given the task of taking photos of stylish students on campus for the Z+N blog. Check out the website here and the blog here! Once the Style File segment is completed, I will post my favourites from the past couple of weeks. I encourage everyone to attend the show - tickets are on sale Mondays and Wednesdays in front of the Ryerson library from 11am - 1pm.

Poster designed and retouched by Isabelle Choi (Design & Branding Head), 
original photo by Ophelia's Funeral!

3. A couple shoots here and there, one of which I can't talk about yet, and another which I'm saving for my website. Coming soon, I promise. I realize this blog isn't the best way to showcase my photography as it tends to get jumbled with everything else - take a look at my favourite posts on the right (sidebar links) to see some of my select work.

In the meantime, check out my new business cards y'all! Printed and cut today :)



GlamorousGirl said...

love it!!!

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Anonymous said...

you need to edit for content a lot more if you want to be taken seriously. try only posting a few photos from one day, that way you're only showcasing your best work.

ophelia's funeral said...

Anonymous - thanks for your input, but that's what my website will be for! I think of my blog as a sort of personal journal/diary where I can vent, share cool things I find online or learn about in class, and post random snapshots of things that would never make it in my portfolio, as well as some of my recent work. I only suggested checking out the sidebar in the meantime, as a navigational tip really. Being "taken seriously" isn't my foremost intent behind this blog. Thanks though!