Tag: contemporary art

3rd Year, Adam Simpkins talks about his new personal project documenting Decommissioned Airfields

During these different times we have been experiencing recently I decided to take a completely different path with my Photography, I would say that my specialism is motorsport based, however I have now been experimenting with Aviation Landscapes….

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…

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…

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…

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”….

1st year, Faye Cleaver documents her mums dog boarding and day care business during lockdown for the Personal Portfolio module.

This series of images for my personal portfolio follows my mum and her dog boarding and day care business at home. I explored how the Corona virus affected my mum’s business and the dogs. Coming into this module…

3rd year, Charlotte Turton photographs a series of intriguing self-portraits in lockdown for her Major Photographic Project

Charlotte tells us about the concepts behind her colourful work and her love of set design: “My aim was to document daily activities in lockdown, swapping one element for a piece of food in order to create something…

1st year, Luke Squelch photographs a series of food and drink inspired still life images for the Personal Portfolio.

At the start of the module, my plan was to explore set design through the different eras. However, due to the current circumstances this was out of my reach because of the unavailability of building materials. After a think, I had…

1st year, Cenza Jacquest, photographs an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ inspired series titled ‘Alice in Isolation’ for the Personal Portfolio module

For the personal portfolio module, I chose to experiment with a new area of specialisationand explore fashion photography.  Despite the restrictions of the current situation, I knew I wanted to stay true to my style and form a narrative…

During lockdown, Zoe Simmons photographs a series of Cosmetics and Beauty still lifes’ ‘The Inner Contents.’

For the Personal Portfolio, I wanted to create a body of work within my area of specialisation which is Cosmetics and Beauty. I have always had a huge passion for cosmetics and how creative you can be with…