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Photography: Editorial and Advertising

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Graduate Feature on Charlotte Stevens

Charlotte Stevens is a high-end photographic retoucher, working as a freelancer on many varied commissions. Here, Charlotte talks about her practice, the different creative collaborations with photographers and her experience on the Editorial and Advertising Photography Course. When…

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2nd Year Gianluca Loffredo photographs ‘A Toxic Menu,’ a series of enviromental still lives in response to the Summer Brief.

For the Summer Brief I decided to approach my area of specialisation, still life and specifically for advertising product campaigns. After my research I began to produce a series of photographs focusing on pollution and, in a broader…

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Graduate feature on Fashion and Portrait Photographer David Vail

David Vail graduated from the Editorial and Advertising Photography Degree in 2012. In this graduate feature, David talks about his time on the Ed and Ad course, what the course taught him about the ‘real world’ of work…

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Ed and Ad Treasure Hunt

Today, our first years were involved in the annual Ed and Ad treasure hunt. The students were placed into different groups named after a particular photographer. Students where set specific briefs which took them to different locations around…

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Welcome To Our New Ed and Ad Photography First Years

Yesterday 16th of September saw our new 1st yrs on their first day, meeting, talking to, asking questions of our recent graduates and current 2nd and 3rd yrs. Learning from each other is the best way to feel…

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Graduate Ellie Ramsden invited to exhibit and talk about her series ‘Too Many Man’ at the Adidas Headquarters in Germany.

“Last month I was approached by Adidas who invited me to be a panel speaker as part of their Creators for Change day at their HQ in Germany. I spoke about diversity, inclusion and Too Many Man on…

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Graduate Feature on documentary photographer Scott Brindle.

Scott Brindle is a documentary photographer, since leaving the Editorial and Advertising Photography course he has been working on becoming a freelance Humanitarian photographer. Scott has worked for NGO’s of all calibers, on projects in Africa and Palestine….

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International student Apisit Sakornkajorndej, discusses his recent trip to Portknockie, Scotland and his interest in landscape and travel Photography.

“My interest in landscape and travel photography started from visiting natural magical locations in the UK and getting inspired by many landscape photographers from Thailand. After some research, I decided to visit Portknockie, a small town in Scotland….

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Third Year, Travel and Adventure photographer Tiana Walton discusses her work and her most recent series.

I am travel / adventure photographer, enthusiastic about anything outdoors or 4×4 related. My latest series combines these two elements. Camping in the heart of Wales, photographing the King of Britain Ultra 4 race recently was an amazing…

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First Year, Marie Cecil shoots a series of dance photographs to celebrate the art of pole dancing.

This is a series of  images taken during the Summer on location at Wychwood Wild Gardens in Oxfordshire.  I was asked to take some images by Julie, the owner and instructor who runs pole and hoop classes in the…

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