An Example of Long-form Writing: My Dissertation

The best example I can give of long-form journalism is in the form of my Dissertation that I wrote in my third and final year of University. My course? 3D Animation and Game design. My chosen subject to explore? A contemporary analysis of Machinima: now and then. In my investigative piece on Machinima as an art form, I explore the history of the medium, the changes and problems which the form encountered, as well as the future and legacy of the craft to name but a few headings that scratch the surface of my paper.

Clocking in at 5898 words, its definitely a more lengthy and in depth piece than the average article; it will take some time to read, but I believe it is both entertaining and informative in equal measure. Click the link below to open up my Dissertation:

A Contemporary Analysis of Machinima: Now and Then

Let me know what you think of my work in the comments below!

Interested in my work? Want to know more about me? Why not take a look at my main site over at mitchellcork.com

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Mitchell Cork

My name is Mitch. Im a Film loving, Game playing, London based 3D Animation Graduate. Lifting Weights and eating Steaks. Also an advocate for wearing shorts and flip flops in winter.

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