Posted in February 2012

IPP…. IPPP…. IPPPP

IPP…. IPPP…. IPPPP

About a year ago, I was introduced to my CreComm’s ‘Independent Professional Project’. I heard the second-years tales of the year-long project and then I was asked to pick something I wanted to focus on for a year. After much debate, I chose to shoot a documentary during my summer in Ghana. Literacy has always … Continue reading

Visuals to aid

Visuals to aid

At school, we have been learning about aiding different visuals to our stories. And I am not talking about pictures, but about graphs and data that will help the reader understand the information in more detail. I have already done this to some degree in an article a classmate and I wrote for the Winnipeg … Continue reading

To the stories that never happen…

…even though the interviews do. As a journalist-in-training, I have learned that some stories just don’t make their way onto the paper. Even though you have already put time into research and maybe finished some research… it just doesn’t work out. I am not sure if this is normal… but I think it could be … Continue reading