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Photograph by Morgan Harlow of Ellie Simmons Olympic Gold medalist at the Olympic Aquatic Centre, London.

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Senior Lecturer Matthew Murray’s photobook Saddleworth: Responding To A Landscape, included in the Victoria & Albert Museum’s permanent collection.

Senior Lecturer Matthew Murray’s photobook Saddleworth: Responding To A Landscape, included in the Victoria & Albert Museum’s permanent collection in the National Art Library Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the V&A recommend the Saddleworth book for…

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Graduate Feature on Sports Photographer Morgan Harlow.

Morgan is a young photographer specialising in sports photography. After spending nine years training and competing in the pool, Morgan decided to combine her interest in photography with her passion for swimming and sports. Her work involves use…

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Graduate feature on Ellie Ramsden who was recently commissioned to shoot an advertising campaign for Nike.

Recent graduate Ellie Ramsden is a photographer based in London, who specialises in portrait, music and street photography. Ellie graduated in 2018 and in that short period of time she has achieved so much, from shooting editorials, to giving…

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Senior Lecturer Matthew Murray’s photobook, Saddleworth: Responding To A Landscape, included in the permanent collection at the Martin Parr Foundation.

In 1997, during my Masters Degree, I visited Martin Parr at his home in Bristol. I wanted to interview him about his work but more importantly to me, Parr’s depiction of the working class. After the interview Martin…

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Photographer and short film maker graduate Tommy Cha talks about his work with Ceramic Artist Chao-Chi Lo, who lives and works in the Chiayi county, Taiwan.

Tommy collaborated with Ceramic Artist Chao-Chi Lo on a moving image piece. Chao-Chi Lo lives and works in the Chiayi county, Taiwan, he has been mastering and enhancing an ancient Chinese glazing process called Tenmoku, primarily used for…

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Graduate news from documentary photographer and videographer Scott Brindle

Scott was featured in a earlier blog post and he has recently been back in touch with some exciting news. I have managed to get myself a years contract job working for a global NGO based in Thailand…

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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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