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Photography: Editorial and Advertising

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3rd Year, Ollie Bentley discusses his recent, published work in Flea Circus Magazine

“I’m very excited to announce that my work is a part of Flea Circus Magazine volume 1: Little Victories. I’m honoured to be sharing the magazine with a host of talented artists. It’s a really slick publication full…

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The Editorial and Advertising Third Year Degree show goes live on the Association of Photographers website as part of the Accredited Courses – Final Year Shows 2020.

Awarded the AOP Course of the Year 2018, and 2020 Editorial & Advertising Photography (Ed&Ad) are proud of the work our students create and the success they achieve both during the course and after they graduate. We are…

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Editorial and Advertising Photography wins the prestigious “Association of Photographers Course of the Year Award, 2020” – Again!

For the second time in three years we celebrate being the “Association of Photographers’ Course of the Year 2020”, nominated by our students and awarded by the professional judging panel at the AOP. It is with great pride…

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3rd Year, Adam Chandler creates a very personal zine project for the Final Major Project module.

I made a small zine for my FMP module titled ‘Just Tell Me’. The zine is a very personal exploration of my emotions with a struggle of my mental health which was amplified by the lockdown situation as…

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Jess Lane discusses her photo book, ‘If Bitten by an Angel’ created during lockdown

‘If Bitten by an Angel’ is a photo book project created in lockdown, inspired by and titled after the David R. Morgan poem, whose words touch upon similar themes and experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project reflects…

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Editorial and Advertising Photography Course Leader, Trudie Ballantyne gives a live talk on being creative in lockdown.

Trudie Ballantyne gives an informative and engaging life talk on the UoG Facebook page, sharing ideas and ways that you can be creative with your photography during these times of restricted movement. Using just your phone camera there…

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2nd year Milly Muxworthy collaborates with stylist Carmel Anderson to produce the ‘ISO’ Zine

“ISO the Zine (@iso_zine) was formed at the beginning of May by Carmel Anderson and Milly Muxworthy with the aim to offer the photographic community a platform to share and celebrate the work that they have continued to…

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During lockdown, third year Jake Spencer adapts his approach to portraiture and shoots a series of intimate and engaging portraits over webcam.

‘Quarantine Diaries’ is a project that has allowed me to carry on shooting whilst being stuck in quarantine. The project looks at people stuck inside during quarantine and aims to represent their self expression and show how they…

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Motorsport photographer and 2017 graduate, Ashleigh Hartwell discusses her experiences since leaving the Editorial and Advertising Photography course.

I started at LAT Images pretty much as soon as I graduated in 2017 as a picture desk editor. I work on the live desk, receiving, editing and sending images from motorsport events we cover, such as Formula…

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Graduate
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Congratulations to 1st Year, Jennifer Woolnough-Rai who has had her work featured on Flea Circus Magazine instagram feed.

Flea Circus Magazine is a new, online, submission based independent Art Magazine. It is aiming to support and uplift all kinds of artist’s work within the community. The call for entries for this submission was for “Little Victories”….

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