Student Work

This in from second year Callum Dickinson.

“I arrived back in the UK on the 30th June after spending 21 days touring with the band ‘Crossfaith’ over Europe, visiting countries such as Austria, Germany, Denmark, Czech Republic and many more. Over the course of the tour I was photographing the band, documenting live shows and also shot some work that showed the band behind the scenes. On the tour I was also selling merchandise, which allowed me to meet so many new people and also build my confidence. The tour was an amazing experience for me to not only network, but to also develop my work. Without the support of everyone within the university, especially the lecturers and my friends I wouldn’t have been able to have had this opportunity. With the help of the course and the lecturers I felt ready and confident within my own ability to deliver on what I was expected to. I am currently in conversation with various people that I met over the course of the tour about more work and am looking to be out on the road again soon”.

Personal Work

News in from third year Ellie Ramsden.

“I have been working with music magazine Wordplay for the past few months, photographing musicians and live music for online and printed editorial content. Issue 17 has just been released and features two shoots of mine – US rapper Lil Skies which was shot at Atlantic Studios in London, and old school UK hip-hop artist, Ty.”

Personal Work

News in from second year Morgan Harlow.

“Having worked with British Swimming on a number of occasions, I was able to secure a media accreditation for the British Para Swimming International Meet taking place at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge sports centre. Whilst there, I was fortunate enough to capture the moment Eliie Simmonds realised that she had achieved the European Qualifying time in the 200IM.”

Food Photographer Success

We have a rich history of success in the annual Food Photographer of the Year Awards www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com with both our current students and graduates. This year is no different with three of our current students being chosen as finalists in the 2018 Awards. You can see the successful work created by third year’s Liam Desbois, Xen Cobb and Becci Hutchings at www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com/shortlists-2018

You can also see work by graduate Emma Boyns.

We wish them all further success at the Awards evening at the Mall Galleries, London on the 24th April.

Summer Work

New work from second year Evie Curtis-Owen.

“I have recently been working creating images of rock climbers, Alex Oates and Tom Millin  at the Warehouse in Gloucester.”

 

Summer Work

New work from second year Amyleigh Fowles.
“The Rockers series is a body of work aiming to portray the personalities of Rockers. The group in this series are usually known as the ‘Scrumpies Lot’. Scrumpies was one of the few 80’s rock and heavy metal night clubs in Leeds that would bring rockers from across the city together for a night of music, mayhem and madness. The Scrumpies lot would set themselves aside from the generic stereotype that surrounded the perception of a rocker and formed a tight knit community that even today, they call their family.”
“This work was created at an event with live music and lots of alcohol that I organised, where they could meet and relive their days at Scrumpies.”

Summer Work

New work from third year Emma Chard.

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” 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. “

Summer Work

New work from second year Yasmin Carter.

“Over the summer, I have been documenting the recovery process of my ankle, which I broke in a rock climbing accident in June this year. This unfortunate event has turned into a project that has helped me focus on the development of my photographic documentation.”