Denise Flasz

Hello! My name is Denise Flasz, I was born in Caracas, Venezuela but I currently live in NYC. I got my BFA in illustration at the Instituto de Diseño de Caracas,and then I decided to do an MFA in Multimedia design at the Centro de diseño digital. After all this college experience and some freelancing I worked for almost two years in a Visual Communication enterprise named Oruga Films, where I can say that I learned many of the things I now know and also gained a lot of experience in what professional work and team work matters. Since I was in college I new I wanted to grow bigger and achieve many goals in life, and for this I knew that if I wanted to do great I had to attend a great school, so I applied and of course choose Parsons New School of Design. For me it was really hard to pick what I wanted to do in this school, and what kind of major I wanted to get involved into, because many things seemed so valuable and incredible interesting that it was really hard to make up my mind, and that's when I saw the DT program and how wide it was, and started projecting and realizing how much I could achieve from this major and how good it was going to be for me.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

What did you find interesting, And unexpected in this video self-portrait?.

I got really surprised about how my days are a cycle, I wake up and I start doing the same things over and over again, although this is basically on the weekdays it’s almost the same every day. So in this portrait I acted naturally as if it where someone from outside watching me do this routine.

I was really surprised to see that I spent most of my time indoors doing school work and being around technology, this portrait came out pretty natural, It was amazing, I knew exactly what my storyboard was from the beginning to the end and what I had to shoot next.

At the end putting it all together in Final Cut made me realize everything and led me to conclude that I have to go more outside and share more social activities with the people I know because life has to have a balance, ad it’s up to us to distribute our time in an equal way for responsibilities and fun.

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