Having never actually been in a Zombie Apocolypse, I wasn’t certain what to expect going into this project. I first must give credit to my three team members; Tim Posada, Saralyn Smith and Cristen Blanding, whos creative effort made this video project possible. What I learned from my fellow classmates in this project is something I truly appreciate. Documentary making (in our case a mocumentary) is a difficult process that relies on the effort of a team that are willing to give and take, and this group went a step beyond–working in sa somewhat haphazard manner at times (adlibbing much of the time), I have to say that never did I work in a friendlier environment than this. I am proud, and humbled to have my name attached to this project. As for the Zombie Apocolypse… you be the judge!


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  1. I’m pleased that you had a good time. What would the writing-a-paper version of such a time look like? Certainly, the team work part of documenary production is definitive: collaboration/friendliness is nothing like the isolation of a 5-paragraph essay.

    • I feel that since this is a “Field Methods” course, I should be practicing “Field Methods”, and not writing papers. As for how this would fit into a written form, I feel that I learned a whole lot more in the group than I would have writing a paper. For me, to get the same points across the paper would probably be way too thick with theory and jargon to say the least.
      …and yes, it was very fun!

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