The idea for, Where Were You? Came from me researching into where I was when I witnessed the big global advents and news stories that had a big impact on me. These included the Boxing Day tsunami, Saddam Hussein’s capture and 9.11.01. From inspecting the dates and what memory I have, I then put together where I was, what I was doing, and tried to remember how I felt. I believe every generation has its big stories, so I also asked the question to people from various generations, for example “where were you for the moon landings.” I found the answers extremely interesting. Incredibly some answered the same as me. When looking at my answers to each question it wasn’t long before I discovered a trend. I discovered for a lot of the events and story’s I was abroad, either on holiday, filming or working in a ski resort. This result surprised me so I decided to make it my theme for my exhibitions. My aim is to make the viewer think where they were for the same events as well as show them what I was doing. Where Were You?
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In the winter seasons of 2012/13 I have spent 8 days in total, traveling to and from ski resorts. Covering more than 17,381km in 202 hours. Overall using, 7 Trains, 5 Buses, 4 Flights, 4 Cars and 1 Ferry. All for 8 weeks of skiing, filming and photographing. This is my show reel for those 8 weeks.
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In his big screen debut, Sheffield Hallam photography student Edward Birch takes a closer look at the mountain biking community within Sheffield.
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