Hi! my blog is showing the steps me and my media project partner are taking to make a rom-com film opening. Charlotte, who i am working with, is in the above picture on the right, and i am on the left.
My youtube account is http://www.youtube.com/fayeee93 and Charlottes is http://www.youtube.com/charliebee94 all our videos are on the blog.
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