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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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Euan Shields Copyright 2021

First year Euan Shields produces a stand-out film for the Introduction to Moving Image Module

Moving image production is now a central aspect of the editorial and advertising industries and during this (first year) module, students expand their current practice, learning how to produce films, stop motion animations and Vlogs.

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Film during lockdown

First year Kim Dung Duong produces a stand-out film for the Introduction to Moving Image Module

Moving image production is now a central aspect of the editorial and advertising industries and during this (first year) module, students expand their current practice, learning how to produce films, stop motion animations and Vlogs.

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Editorial and Advertising Photography Course

First year Jimmy Fletcher produces a stand-out film for the Introduction to Moving Image Module

Moving image production is now a central aspect of the editorial and advertising industries and during this (first year) module, students expand their current practice, learning how to produce films, stop motion animations and Vlogs.

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Module Work
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Editorial and Advertising Photography Course

First year Alex McDowell produces a stand-out film for the Introduction to Moving Image Module

Moving image production is now a central aspect of the editorial and advertising industries and during this (first year) module, students expand their current practice, learning how to produce films, stop motion animations and Vlogs.

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First year Michal Urbansky shoots the Portrait brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising module.

For the Portrait Brief in this module, we were asked to shoot two portraits for a magazine. I have chose i-D Magazine because I wanted to create something creative and rebellious that would fit with the style of…

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Second year Zoe Simmons shoots the Portrait to Promote and Zine brief for the Editorial with Moving Image Module

Zine Brief – Textures For my zine I explored textures and the way they create motion. I am hugely inspired by the various textures, elements and movement you can create with cosmetics and skincare products. Texture brings depth…

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Jennifer Woolnough-Rai shoots the zine brief for the Editorial Photography with Moving Image module

“BORN IN THE WRONG BODY” I used this module to create a zine and accompanying moving image piece to document and highlight transgender issues. Transgender is an umbrella term that captures the diverse spectrum of gender identity. Transgender,…

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First year, Eden Watterson shoots the 80’s Perfume and Cosmetics brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Photography module

When I started this module I was really excited to explore product photography as it was something I had not looked at much before. In the second week of the course I was inspired by the skincare brand…

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Second year, Luke Garland shoots a street style fashion series for the Zine brief in the Editorial with Moving Image module.

The work produced is about different ‘Street Styles’ and the kind of people that wear these styles. To gather personality and individuality in my imagery I encouraged the models to choose their own outfit because they know more…

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