Industrial Technology Multimedia at Freshwater Senior Campus is a balance of creativity, design and digital media. Our vision for our students is that they will be conceptually and technically equipped to tell powerful stories through photography, film and animation.
As a Preliminary Multimedia student, you will be provided with the opportunity to explore a variety of concepts/themes and to creatively express your ideas and story through photography, film and animation (2D and 3D) utilising a range of Adobe Creative Cloud tools. The Preliminary year is designed to cater for all students (no prior experience is required) and thus has been structured to provide all students with the necessary foundational skills to further explore in their HSC year. There is also a strong theory component which involves: documenting production through a folio format and researching about the multimedia Industries.
As a HSC multimedia student, you will be provided with much greater freedom and flexibility to explore your own interests and passions as you embark on the Major Project. The HSC major projectis a year-long project which showcases your conceptual and technical ability to create media production which addresses a chosen topic/theme/problem. This can be and not limited to a combination of forms including: photography, film, animation, graphic design, web design, app design, desktop publishing, social media design, virtual reality, augmented reality and more. There will also be a HSC written exam which will focus on multimedia elements, intellectual property and the industry (visit to Adobe Sydney Office).
Lily McElligott's project "An Alternate Road" was selected for 2019 SHAPE Exhibition held at the PowerHouse Museum. She also won the 2019 Powerhouse Shape Award out of 10 000 students from across Industrial Technology, Design and Technology and Textiles and Design.
5 InTech Nominations (Nathaniel Dunwell, Jack Fairclough, Jemma Hanrahan, Lily McElligott and Max Tester).
Jordan Land's project "The Human Animal" was shared by global thought leader, Simon Sinek and has gathered over 60k views on YouTube til date, making it the most viewed HSC Multimedia Major Project on YouTube. It also won RUOK Best Emerging Film at the Perfect Light Film Festival.
4 InTech Nominations (Finn Ashton, Levi Kaye, Jordan Land, and Lachlan Ruser).
Ben Douneen was selected for the 2017 SHAPE Exihibition held at the Powerhouse Museum.
3 InTech Nominations (Ben Douneen, Jackson Kidd and Gemma Moran).
Monique Miller was 1st in NSW for Industrial Technology
2 InTech Nominations (Monique Miller and Ben Pope).