The HCT-Abu Dhabi Women’s campus (ADW) Applied Media students demonstrated their expert skills in media coverage at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC 2017), with an in-depth coverage of the BP stand at the conference.
BP representatives Ahmed AlAli and Hasna Ahmed reached out to Applied Media Faculty at ADW, offering media students the opportunity to do the media coverage of their booth activities at ADIPEC, held from November 13-16, and highlight VIP visitors. The ADW students were keen to assist in promoting BP as an important petrol and gas identity in the UAE.
Dr. Mohammed Shukri Alomari, Applied Media Faculty Chair, and film and photography teachers, Yohance Douglas, Nathan Brines, Kevin Trinh, Tarang Tasweer, and Mona Gabr, selected the top six students in video shooting, editing, photography to do the media coverage for the event and observed them on site.
During the conference, ADW media students, Fatima Alaydaroos , Sumaya Alali, Khulood Almarzooqi, Mariam Alhammadi, Khawla Alali, and Alyazia Aldhaheri produced a variety of photos, videos and interviews about the event practicing professionality in work along with accuracy of production.
Their best photos and videos have been shared on social media by BP and markedly liked by the audience. The students have to produce a promotional video for BP to be the official video for the event.
BP has steadily built a credible reputation of excellent production quality through the years following high standards of ethics. They helped rebuild the infrastructure in different countries like Iraq and achieved many developmental projects at Oman and Egypt.