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Graduate Benjamin Breading, discusses his work and his experience of studying on the Editorial and Advertising Photography course.

In this graduate feature Photographer and Director Benjamin Breading discusses what he has been working on since leaving the Editorial and Advertising course. When did you graduate? I graduated in 2014. Why did you decide to come onto…

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Second Year Ollie Bentley photographs a series of landscape work at The Brecon Beacons as part of a personal project.

I photographed these landscapes during a trip to the Brecon Beacons in the New Year, while walking up Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales. My aim while shooting was to not only display the dramatic…

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Second Year, Isabella Akers photographs a Grunge inspired fashion series for the Zine brief.

For the subcultures brief I decided to look into grunge as it’s something I’m very familiar with and have loved the music genre for years. My knowledge of the subculture has enabled my work to be more authentic…

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Senior Lecturer Matthew Murray’s, new landscape series, Arenig, designed and published by DesignBridge, Amsterdam, exhibited at Fox Talbot Museum and Elliotthalls Gallery, Amsterdam, 2020.

Arenig is the name of the mountain to the north-west of Lake Bala, North Wales. This location is where artist Matthew Murray has producing a series of landscapes in response to the work of painters J. D. Innes…

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Second Year, Jess Lane photographs a series of portraits for the Zine brief.

Starting this module I wanted to photograph people I was fascinated with and to engage with a subject I hadn’t done before. When thinking of what I wanted my subject to be, ‘drag’ crossed my mind. During my…

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Second Year Lily Hedges Photographs a series of images inspired by New Romantics for the Subcultures brief.

These portraits are inspired by a fashion and music subculture from the 1970s and 1980s called New Romantics. I was inspired mainly by the makeup element of the movement, which included flamboyant, colourful, over-the-top makeup on both sexes,…

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The Christmas Editorial and Advertising Photography Show

Today was our @edandadphoto Christmas show, where everyone from all three years displayed their work from the first term. This also included our finished photo books, which @emilyhernimanphotos won a first place prize for! Well done everyone and we will see you…

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Second Year, Honour Burges photographs war veterans for the zine Brief.

My zine project is called ‘The Forgotten People’, it focuses on telling the stories of war veterans and people affected by the war. I’ve always been fascinated with the affects of war, My great grandad being a WW2…

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Our Third Years, finally handing in their Final Major Project Books before Christmas!

Wow, we’re so impressed with our 3rd yrs @edandadphoto20 what a fantastic achievement, they’ve created wonderful photo books in 12 weeks, concept, shooting, editing, layout, sequencing, printing & hand binding. Such a great start to their major projects….

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Third Year, Interiors Photographer Amy Harvey, produces ‘Back Home’ interiors book for her Final Major Project.

In this feature Amy discusses her book ‘Back Home’ which explores a variety of creatives within the interior community; stylists, consultants, and designers. Looking at how they choose to design their own homes. ‘My book looks at these…

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