BCM I’m back with my brand new connection, Something about media? Highly likely, Flow like… well, not really flowing, is it? I solemnly swear to not begin a blog post with rap lyrics ever again. Or, at least not in the near future. Let’s get into it. Ethnogra-who? I’ll give you a run-down. The Oxford Dictionary defines ethnography as ‘the scientific description of peoples and cultures with their customs, habits, and mutual differences’ (Oxford, 2017). If we extend this further to broaden…

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On a recent trawl through my bookmarked pages, I happened to stumble across an old blog of mine – a previous space that in the back of my mind, that must have been one of the factors driving me towards this space in hindsight. One of the blog posts there was a photo journal from a holiday with family, in the first few weeks of owning my first DSLR. I have left the photos untouched, they are incredibly reflective of…

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Oh, hello there. I suppose you arrived here through BCM241? Maybe just stumbled upon this space in ambiguous stride? Regardless, welcome. I’ll keep the introduction short; otherwise you can get to know me here. My name is Claudia, I am twenty-years-old and I am doing okay. Part of the reason you’re reading this is because I am studying Media and Communications at the University of Wollongong. For the next few months I will be running a little series of posts…

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Behind-the-scenes of our trip to Lakeside Park, Queensland for Round 3 of NSW Production Touring Cars. This series includes all the photos that aren’t released under the teams that I work for – you can capture many unseen or forgotten moments at the track that often go unnoticed. To request a full portfolio, contact me at claudialouisemuller@gmail.com or you can find more images from the weekend at Muller Motorsport. Much love, Claudia

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An ode to Aunty Cath, the little blonde haired lady up the back of Bloch – she’s been fitting pointe shoes for the same company for 30 years this year, looking after the feet of thousands of not only dancers, but those dancers children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. At 22, this full-time dancer had no idea what she was in for, a lifetime with one company – something that much of our generation will never experience. She just retired and…

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