• Amy Bullock: Five Killer Questions

    14 December 2016

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy had wanted to intern with us for a while so when we finally had a space we fixed her up for a month at Mackie. An aspiring photographer with a background in design, we threw her into photoshoots and branding workshops for a fast paced month.

    When anyone takes on an internship, you never know what might be uncovered, in our case handing Amy a collective of 35mm and 120mm cameras turned out to be something just like that. Her documentation of the studio on film is one of our favourite outcomes of her time here. 

    Here's what went down plus Amy's five killer questions:

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Amy Bullock photography internship at Mackie

    Five Killer Questions:

    What three words would you choose to describe yourself?

    Curious, inventive, ambitious.

    Why did you choose Mackie Studio for your internship?

    When I found out about Mackie studio, they were already doing what I was aiming to be doing. Creating and exploring, it was an obvious choice after following them for a while that I wanted to get involved.

    What was your favourite part/project of your internship?

    Just being around such level headed people like Karl and Rach and Emily. Creating and sharing knowledge and stories everyday.

    Tell us one useful experience you learnt for the future?

    Keep on expanding your horizons!

    Outside of work and study where can we find you online?

    Find me on my Blog, Instagram and Facebook:

    amybullockblog.wordpress.com

    instagram.com/amsbullock

    facebook.com/amsbullock

    If you want to experience what we do here visit our internship page for more information.

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