“These are some spreads from my zine titled Bedlam, which is a small experimental zine documenting the chaos or ‘bedlam’ during London Fashion Week(s). The work was created during the Barbour S/S show, backstage at Tourne De Transmission and backstage and during the presentation of Phoebe English.”
Yesterday was the graduation awards ceremony for our 2017 graduates at Cheltenham Race Course. It was fantastic to catch up with so many of them and hear news of their experiences and success in securing work, placements and career opportunities. It was also very rewarding for the lecturers to hear from parents how their sons and daughters had benefited from being on the course and how much they had appreciated the level of support they had been given. Above are just some of our students that we managed to coral after they had received their degrees.
“Over the summer period I worked as an intern for Jungle magazine, assisting the editors with the pre-production of their third issue and during London Fashion Week attending shows creating posts for their social media. In addition to this I wrote reviews of the shows for their website, including the Dilara Findikoglu Spring/ Summer 2018 show.”
“This image featured in the Outdoor Fitness magazine was taken at the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon which I was able to get a media accreditation for back in July. The woman in charge of the event (Clair Duffin) was very appreciative of my photos as she worked with one of the sponsors of the event (Huub Events), especially this photo as it was in fact her son. A few months later Clair came back to me and informed me that the photo of her son would be featuring in the next issue of the magazine, which is now my first photograph to be published.”
We are pleased and proud to announce that graduate David Abrahams is now being represented by the prestigious EAST Photographic, a top London & New York based photographic agents. You can find out more about David and view his work here https://east.co/artists/davidabrahams
Above: Each year we stage a photo treasure hunt for our freshers in which they have to create images in response to a list of directions and actions. These are some of our favourites from yesterday’s adventure.
Above: The first day of Freshers week is the beginning of our new academic year and we always mark it by welcoming back recent graduates and current year two and three students to share their knowledge and experience with our new students.