Year 10 Trafalgar High School student Abbey Stanway, an emerging artist, joined Scribblevision for a week’s work experience. Here’s her take on agency life – a world where art and tech collide. And, as she quickly learns, that’s a beautiful thing.
It started at the dining table in Megan Vitale’s Traralgon home.
“I sat down with mum, it was January the 8th and I said to her it has to be done, we have got to do this,” Megan says.
“And now it’s happening.”
We like happy.
In all forms, happiness is one of those wonderful emotions we just can't get enough of. And nothing much surpasses the happiness that engulfed the studio last Friday, when we presented a group of eight excited boys with brand new Basketball uniforms, personalised player cards, posters and gift bags.
We’ve been lucky enough this week to host work experience student and Traralgon teen Jordan Duncan, who’s shown a keen interest in design and animation. Here’s his take on five days in the Scribblevision studio – or as he puts it, his super sensational Scribblevision experience.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Emma Moon joined the creative crew at Scribblevision for work experience last week. Over the course of the week Emma had the opportunity to work with graphic designers, web developers, illustrators, digital marketing experts and content writers.
She also learnt why coffee has such high currency in our Hotham Street studio, and the lengths to which our team will go to win the weekly paper-toss challenge. Here is Emma’s take on her week with us.