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Photography: Editorial and Advertising

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Student Success!! Emmanuella Maeba Wins Stills Photographer of the Year at London & South East England Prestige Awards 2021

‘On the 12th March 2021, I received an email from Emma Burrows, an awards coordinator from the London & South East England Prestige Awards 2021, where she was able to explain to me about the nomination stage of…

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Jimmy Fletcher shoots an evocative series of ‘Picture Postcards’ photographs of his hometown. ‘Wish you Were Here’ was photographed for the first year module, The Personal Portfolio.

This project was very personal to me and was based around the thoughts and feelings I had about my hometown as a teenager. I grew up in the Cotswolds which is known to be picturesque, with beautiful countryside…

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Katie Makepeace’s creative work for first year module, The Personal Portfolio.

From my point of view, ‘The Personal Portfolio’ project was the most enjoyable, but also the most challenging to achieve in my first year. This project was about us showing our specialism within photography and having figured out…

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Student Success – Jess Lane has one her images from her Final Major Project ‘Dolorem’ included The South West Collective x Artizan Gallery exhibition.

Earlier this year I submitted one of my images from my FMP project ‘Dolorem’ into The South West Collective x Artizan Gallery exhibition, and it was accepted!  The exhibition: Finding a Way Home, was held at the Artizan…

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Exhibition
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First year, Euan Shields creates a series a skater photographs for The Personal Portfolio module

For the personal portfolio module, I decided to take a documentary approach to the brief. I wanted to document my roommates and I out skating in and around Cheltenham. I took heavy inspiration from Jeff Bridges behind the…

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Magda Kwapisz, photographs her son Antoni, for the Personal Portfolio Module

For the Personal Portfolio module, I chose to photograph my five-year-old son Antoni. During this module, I wanted to focus on photographers who documented their families. I discovered that many photographers created beautiful projects and photographing Antoni could…

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First year Kim Dung Dương Thị, dicusses her creative work and developing knowledge of product photography for the Personal Portfolio module.

My future career path is to become an advertising photographer. Therefore, in this module, I decided to choose product photography to do as an opportunity for me to build my own portfolio. Thanks to this Module, I learned…

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First year, Anna Underwood’s creative project ‘Idioms’ for The Personal Portfolio Module

For this module, I really wanted to push myself creatively, when I came up with the idea of using common phrases- idioms to inspire conceptual self-portraiture. I was inspired by the likes of Alex Prager, Aleksandra Kingo, David…

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First year, Eden Watterson discusses her creative interpretation of Gothic horror for The Personal Portfolio Module.

During this project, I felt that I found a style of photography that is interesting to me and makes me feel the most creative. I have always been a lover of horror films and art from an early…

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Adams Simpkins discusses his Major Project work ‘A Nations Test’. A series of beautiful creative photographs of architecture left over from World War 2.

A Nations Test documents the beautifully bleak architecture left over from World War 2 that now litters the British countryside. Over time these structures have deteriorated and before long we may lose them all, so as someone with…

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