New work from first year Jake Spencer.
“These images were created in Worcester, Worcestershire and feature aspiring designer Lucy Thomas who is currently working as an apprentice designing kitchens.”
This image was created by first year Megan Williams.
“This image was created for a clothing brand brief. I chose to photograph the traditional British brand Hunter, using Luna the dog and her owner in Stanton park, just outside of Swindon, Wiltshire.”
Work created by first year Eva Brooks.
“This image was created for the T-Mobile brief of our module. I was inspired by the commercial partnership between T-Mobile and Netflix, and I wanted to show a group of friends laughing and having fun whilst watching a movie. My intention was to create a scene that people viewing the image could believe in and relate to.”
Work created by second year Helena Copeland.
“These images were taken from my zine, titled Packets – Ramen Edition. I was inspired by Henry Hargreaves with his series From MRE to Micheline, and I wanted to make a simple, ‘just add boiling water’ food source, into something glossy and fresh by taking elements from each packets ingredients list and combining that with traditional ramen recipes.”
Just in from second year Callum Dickinson.
“These are three images from my zine titled Loose Change, which documents the Cheltenham music scene. The name Loose Change comes from a Royal Blood song, which I was listening to a lot whilst in the making process of this zine; it also comes from the fact that each show I shot was about £3 entry, what some may consider to be loose change. With this body of work I really wanted to try and show how alive and kicking the alternative music scene within Cheltenham is, through gritty, hard hitting images.”
This in from second year Ellie Stafford.
“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.