I would like to work in the creative industry, whether it’s in fashion, photography, video making, design, architecture, etc. I am currently studying at UCL, an interdisciplinary degree. Therefore, I study a wide range of Arts: documentary film-making, photography, architecture, product design etc. Fashion is also one of my interests. My aunt owns a store and since I was little I've always dreamt of having that kind of influence on others. I think I have a very peculiar style. I would define myself as a trend setter. I love vintage shops and used clothes. Anything that reminds me of the past fascinates me. Vintage items have a "Je ne sais pas quoi" that makes them even more special. That is how I developed a special talent to spot "gems" in a pile of normal clothes.Locked Pro Plan feature
After seeing a previous documentary I had made with my partner, the company was interested in having its own documentary in the same style. The previous documentary can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IJOR59lrMQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2CTXyoYiHsZBf23-ry7U3EXiTmbrigwAr42yGmrApwhgqWlwQy0MSJhVY
Supported a team of 10 responsible for the design and launch of the website “Firenze, Yes Please”. • Research skills: identified the various tourist attractions’ cost, disability access information and opening times. • Organizational skills: coded information from multiple websites about museums entries, hotels, exhibitions and restaurants to enclose them into the website “Firenze, yes please”. • Design skills: provided assistance to the design and launch of the website “Firenze, yes please” and participated in the design of multiple neon installation, belonging to the “Untaggable stories” project. Reference websites: “Firenze, yes please”: https://www.firenzeyesplease.com/en/ “Untaggable stories”: http://www.felicelimosani.com/category/project/audi-untaggablestories-locus-festival-2016
Major: Cultures with a concentration in multimedia design, architecture, and film Minor: Cultural Psychology BASc encompasses an arts and sciences degree. The degree offers its students the opportunity to create his or her programme while incorporating both arts and sciences modules. Core modules help understand how different branches of disciplines interrelate. Skills gained are: • Creative problem-solving: manage the growing interconnectivity inherent in society combining both arts and sciences together to solve problems. Researched and delivered a 2.500-word essay on applying the Theory of Evolution in the production and appreciation of Art (72% achieved). • Adaptability: qualitative research methods, such as obtaining and analysing data, working as a team and individually, and quantitative research methods, such as researching information, developing fermi estimations, and coding. • Team work/writing skills: supported team of 8 in researching and delivering a 40-page research project proposal intitled “Imitation Meat Products: analysis of consumer attitudes and business philosophies for the promotion of informed decision-making in its consumption”, investigating the correlation between politics, the environment, and ecology (67% achieved). • Design skills: created a design project based on the exhibition “Space-Shifters” with my own face as the object. Researched thoroughly how to cast a face and different materials to use for the process. Reference websites documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IJOR59lrMQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3uJargVN2BnK_pvsejD0fyqJ8_1IFsT8MHXl3umToySnP_3I_F_gW73dQ design projects: https://indd.adobe.com/view/bc79672a-4393-4f85-b72c-91a0375dfe12
Related coursework: product design, garment design, logo design, use of innovative materials, life drawings, sketching, mood board making, and Illustrator. Reference Websites: Garment design: https://circle-hibiscus-4lw9.squarespace.com/haute-couture Product design: https://circle-hibiscus-4lw9.squarespace.com/lightboxpurse Life drawings: https://circle-hibiscus-4lw9.squarespace.com/colours-and-texture
Economics and social sciences pathway Related coursework taught entirely in French: Mathematics, Micro-economics, Sociology, History, Geography, Philosophy, French Literature, Natural Sciences, Physics, Chemistry and Languages (English, Spanish and Italian) and Italian literature.