This project for students was to encourage engagement with peers and the environment as well as assist the tutors in understanding the interests of those involved.

Comic books were referenced to describe a method of storytelling. Students made basic, lap-joint picture frames and used a digital camera to record images, thereby creating live-action comic books.

The frame acts as a viewfinder and puts the comic book context in the minds of the participants, allowing them to explore a narrative sequence or series of joined images.

Each physical frame was made by the individual, adding value to the experience and encouraging engagement with environment materials.