Dr Larissa Sexton-Finck is a scholartist - digital storyteller, autoethnographer, award winning filmmaker, virtual reality content director and academic - in Media and Communication Studies at the University of Western Australia. Her current research interests include creative analytical practice (CAP) ethnography, narrative reframing and VR storytelling for behavioural change.
Violence Reframed: Constructing Subjugated Individuals as Agents, Not Images, through Screen NarrativesArticlesWhat creative techniques of resistance are available to a female filmmaker when she is the victim of a violent event and filmed at her most vulnerable? This article uses an autoethnographic lens to discuss my experience of a serious car crash my family and I were inadvertently involved in due to police negligence and a criminal act. Employing Creative Analytical Practice (CAP) ethnography, a...Read more