CRITIQUE – Gay Talese’s ‘Frank Sinatra has a Cold’

Gay Talese succeeds in finding a balance between superb hyperbole and realism in his colourful and microscopic 36-page profile on the musical legend, Frank Sinatra, for Esquire magazine. In 1965, Sinatra was struck with a cold. Singing was his livelihood and the ailment was enough to ‘plunge him into a state of anguish’. Unable to... Continue Reading →


Photo Documentary

For my photo documentary, I chose to document a day in the life of my maternal grandparents, who are from Hungary and migrated to Melbourne, Australia after World War II. My grandfather is a Hungarian poet who is currently in the process of translating some of his works to English, and my grandmother is an... Continue Reading →

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