This in from 2017 graduate Georgia Burns.
More 2017 graduate news, this time from Kuba Junek.
News if from 2017 graduate Rebecca Horton.
“I am working as an editorial assistant within a company who produce vegan titles including Vegan Life, PlantBased and an additional trade title. Since being here from early December I’ve been writing online content for their daily news articles and editorial content for the magazines. Cruelty free beauty is a personal interest of mine and over time I’m hoping to write about this for their online platforms. As I settle in I’m gradually being trusted with writing larger pieces and able to write about things I’m passionate about. I’m currently working on an environmental piece for the March issue of Vegan Life magazine.”
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
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.
News in from 2016 graduate Hollie Crawshaw.
“My Country Shows Of Gloucestershire series has been featured in the latest issue of The Countryman as a five page photo essay! The publication is a popular rural magazine and is another aspect of promotion for my photo book, which was released at the beginning of June. I am currently doing a lot of promotion for the book which includes attending many shows. I am also doing a book signing at this years Autumn Malvern Show at the Three Counties Show ground on Sunday 24th September.
News in from 2017 graduate Katie Mordan.
“I am delighted and honoured to have been shortlisted for the 2017 South West Graduate Photography prize having entered with a selection of images from my series Planted. Eight finalists have been chosen and our work will be in exhibition at PHOTOBLOCK 2017, Old Truman Brewery, London, later in the year and one overall winner will then be chosen by industry professionals to win a paid commission.
This competition has been running since 2010 and graduates from photography courses in the south west are invited to enter. It’s one of the few free to enter competitions, so I highly recommend all the new third years entering the 2018 competition next year.”
This just in from 2017 graduate Erin McGurk.
“I have recently been in contact with a local secondary school and sixth form about the issues surrounding social media and the way it can affect the mental health of students. I showed them my film – created as part of my FMP – and they were eager to work with me . As a result they want me to host an evening for parents and invite local organisations to show them the film and lead a presentation on research around the subject which I feel well prepared for having done a lot research into the topic for my Final Major Project”.
“Having spoken with the Head of Support at the school, my passion and drive to publicise this matter has heightened as more and more people are talking and noticing this problem but there’s a lack of guidance of how to tackle the issue”.
T”his is a positive step the right direction for me and I am keen to see how it develops. I am pleased that my film is having the desired impact on a wider audience and allowing me to create a conversation from the issues it address’s”.