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First Year, Marten Joeaar shoots the Perfume brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Photography module

I decided to produce work for Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet perfume for the perfume brief. For me it was easy to choose this brief because I like taking portraits. I got a lot of inspiration from Madonna’s early…

Second Year Cenza Jacquest shoots for the Non-Conformist and Zine brief during the Editorial Photography with Moving Image Module.

For my non-conformist brief, I wanted to try step away from simply stylising to a subculture and try cast an individual where I could highlight their own unique narrative and luckily, I was able to do so. I…

Second Year, Emily Arundale Shoots for Hello Magazine with the Howden Family

During a day freelancing at Cornbury House International Horse Trials, I had an opportunity to produce a series of portraits of the landowner and his family which would be published in Hello Magazine. It was quite a daunting…

First year Alex McDowell discusses his on going personal project ‘Fatima’ and his developing methodology which includes shooting large format camera portraits and experimenting with the Wet Plate Collodion Process.

“During these odd times, I decided to stop, step back, and completely change the method and theory behind my photography. Rushing when shooting has always been an issue of mine, a problem I have endeavoured to rectify since…

James Sullivan from the Black Dog Collective lectures at the University of Gloucestershire

3rd Year Students Create a New Online Photobook Platform

During their first semester, 3rd year students are exploring online publishing and what it takes to meaningfully promote online content.

2nd Years create Penguin Classics Short story Book covers

In their Creative Research & Development module, the 2nd years were given three short stories to read and asked to create a Penguin Classic book cover. This module allows the students to experiment with different ways of working…

GRADUATE SUCCESS; PAT FEENEY: Audience Choice Award for Best Short Film at this year’s British Film Institute’s London Film Festival

I’ve recently been working with a small production team based in Devon called Spinning Path. Most recently, I worked as the camera assistant on a short film called ‘Shuttlecock‘, written and directed by Tommy Gillard. The film was made…