Str 申 Spook
Published on November 27, 2014
WORKING IN A GROUP When I was in the researching stage, I realised I did not have to reply or work with my group as much since I had to learn on my own the genres, theories, audience etc. It was only during the lip syncing task that I worked with my group as we had to film and edit together. However, whilst planning for our music video, I developed my team working skills as the pitch required me to communicate with my group. At the beginning, we were decided on what song to choose, which took longer than expected. Although we knew we wanted to do indie/pop, we all had our own choice and idea of what type of music video we could create if our song was chosen. Eventually, we all agreed on Bastille-No Angel as it was the strongest visually. The pitch I found was quite simple as we all assigned ourselves different tasks and constantly communicated and updated each other on the storyline of the video. This helped me develop my team working skill as I was able to input ideas for the music video and digipak whilst listening to other ideas my team came up with.