About Me

Hi, I’m Claire. Welcome to my blog. You somehow found your way onto here and are probably wondering who I am. Well, let me tell you. I am a 17 year old girl who lives in Deep Cove, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I’m currently in the 12th grade at Seycove Secondary and I have a job on the side. I am a Hostess at Colony. I have a lot of interests that are typical of a teenage girl such as fashion and hanging out with my friends. Some of my other interests include hiking, working out, watching hockey, and anything that has to do with the ocean. I love the beach and the water. It is my favourite place to be.

This blog is about all of the work I do in the performance learning program, or PLP, which is a school program with project based learning. For this page I had to choose a quote that said something about me and make a small video/podcast about it. The quote I chose was “A mind is like a parachute, it doesn’t work unless it is open.” I chose that quote because I try to live everyday with an open mind. Having an open mind is so important because it helps me to learn and be able to always do my best work. Also the world is changing so much and you have to have an open mind to be happy about the changes. After I had found my quote I had to choose a picture and then draw it. I chose this Picture

I then drew out the picture in Sketches Pro. This was my first time using sketches and it took me a while to figure out how to use it but once I got the hang of it it was really fun. I loved all of the cool new tools in sketches like the water colour and the layering. I also had to make a music so I used GarageBand to make a short song. This was also my first time using garage band and it’s a lot harder to figure out so I had to ask my friends for some help but I eventually figured it out. Once I was done everything I recorded me saying the quote and moved everything into iMovie. In iMovie I put the picture down first then added the voice over top. I then added the music and adjusted the sound so it wasn’t too quiet or too loud. ​

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