A Level Media Students highlight their music video production talent!

First year Media Studies students have just completed a unit on music videos, studying the history & communication theory behind the genre. They were set a task over the last 2 weeks to produce their own music video, allowing them to develop new production skills using digital cameras & audiovisual editing software. Students submitted final pieces for an end of term competition.

First year Media Studies students have just completed a unit on music videos, studying the history & communication theory behind the genre. They were set a task over the last 2 weeks to produce their own music video, allowing them to develop new production skills using digital cameras & audiovisual editing software. Students submitted final pieces for an end of term competition.

Prizes included a debut Vinyl album and t shirt from the artist ‘Rat Boy’, known for his distinction blend of hip-hop with indie-rock http://www.ratboy.co.uk/

The top 3 prize winners were:

  • Amber Baird with ‘Bonkers’
  • Zack Thomas with ‘Cry me a River’
  • Loic Rana with ‘Fetish’.

Their teacher Alan Gubby commented, “I have been really impressed with the creativity, commitment and innovation shown by this year’s students. I have no doubt, that this will stand them in good stead for any future career or study choices relating to creative media.”

Check out one of the winning entries via this link:

https://amberalevel.weebly.com/coursework.html

Well done to all who participated and congratulations to the winners!

If you are interested in studying A Level Media studies at The Henley College please visit our website for more information

http://www.henleycol.ac.uk/courses/full-time-courses/a-levels/media-studies/