Foundation Studies student Adibah Amani Nasarudin has won the video competition celebrating 25 years of FS at Trinity.
Earlier this year students across all FS programs were invited to make a short video that captures what the program means to them.
Students were invited to film themselves, friends and teachers – and add animation, music or whatever suits the story.
From a strong field of videos submitted for the competition, Adibah Amani Nasarudin’s was chosen for its vibrant, honest approach.
Dean of the Pathways School, Denise Bush, recently presented Amani with a certificate and a $200 voucher.
‘I just took my video camera everywhere,’ says Amani. ‘I wanted to express my love for Trinity College.’
The talented student now has her eyes set on a future in media production.
‘I’m keen to apply for Film and TV at VCA, or perhaps Animation at RMIT.’
Trinity College also congratulates Kezia Angelica, runner-up of the video competition, who received a certificate and a $100 voucher.
You can watch Amani’s winning video on the official Trinity College YouTube channel.