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Matthew Romo (1660) from Group 2. The other embers of my group are Harry Kettenis (0390), Josh Stevenson (0796) and Ysabel Hudson-Searle (0331).

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Tuesday, 15 July 2014

My Role

My Role

Describe your role, how you feel about it

My role in this music video remake is to act as the bassist for a particular scene. I don't have doubts as to whether I can do it, however I would have liked a more challenging role in terms of performing, and one with more significance and screentime. Rather than having a small role in acting I could benefit much more greatly from taking more technical responsibility, and not being behind the camera. This would have pushed me more, however I still have some opportunity to do this when I am not in shot.

What does the performance actually consist of?

Mainly starring in the shots by the pool, I am playing the instrument sitting down on a chair by the other band members and the models. There is little to no movement apart from casually playing the instrument and occasionally smiling, and in some shots simply sitting without the instrument.


Is this a challenge for you, or something within your comfort zone?

The performing role in itself is quite mundane and not challenging at all, apart from playing an instrument I am less familiar with than a six-stringed guitar, which I must do right handed whereas I am left handed.

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