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.
New work from third year Emma Chard.
” Over the summer I set myself a brief to create a fashion editorial focused on Gingham. I took inspiration for the styling from 2017 catwalk trends, including brands like House of Holland, Peter Jensen and Christopher Kane. I was inspired by the work of Lachlan Bailey and Benny Horne to create this series of images, created on Saltdean beach, East Sussex. “
More personal portrait work this time from someone who has yet to join us, new first year Emily Muxworthy of fellow student Ruby Shute.
News in from 2016 graduate Emma Boyns.
“I’ve been BBC Good Food’s House Photographer for about six weeks now, and I’m thoroughly enjoying the day-to-day tasks that await me each morning and the challenges that are helping me grow both creatively and professionally. I’ve been shooting both in the test kitchen and the studio, creating images for the magazine, website and the brand’s social media platforms. I’m loving working with such a committed team and such supportive, talented people and it’s both bazaar and amazing to think that I’m contributing to Britain’s biggest-selling food magazine; a brand that I’ve always used and, even six months ago, couldn’t imagine my work being featured in”.
“I’m looking forward to putting my all into the internship over the next few months and creating some work I’m really proud of and contacts that will prove valuable to me in the future”.
Above: These images by Emma featured in the August issue; Croque Monsieur recipe by Emma Freud, food styling by Sophie Godwin, Ice Cubes and Rosé Punch recipes by Miriam Nice.
Above: Personal work created by second year Alex Duffill.
“These images were created on a commission with the British team Neon Velo, at the Beaumont Trophy race in Stamfordham, Northumberland. I was documenting the team throughout the two days of the race preparation, the race itself and then after the race had been completed”.
Each year first and second year students studying in universities across England are questioned as to how satisfied they are with the course they are studying on. These are known as the ACE results and are released at this time each year. We are proud, pleased and excited to announce that this year we have received a score of 100% satisfaction from our students.
A big thank you to all of the students who responded to the survey and to the lecturers who help to make the course what it is!