Tag: portraiture

Magda Kwapisz, photographs her son Antoni, for the Personal Portfolio Module

For the Personal Portfolio module, I chose to photograph my five-year-old son Antoni. During this module, I wanted to focus on photographers who documented their families. I discovered that many photographers created beautiful projects and photographing Antoni could…

First year, Anna Underwood’s creative project ‘Idioms’ for The Personal Portfolio Module

For this module, I really wanted to push myself creatively, when I came up with the idea of using common phrases- idioms to inspire conceptual self-portraiture. I was inspired by the likes of Alex Prager, Aleksandra Kingo, David…

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…

Second year, Mae Brown shoots the ‘Portrait to Promote’ brief for the Editorial with Moving Image module

For this brief I decided that I wanted to photograph a farmer in the Cheltenham/Gloucestershire area. This was to push me out of my comfort zone and to start building my base of contacts in this area, rather…

First year, Maisie Hughes Shoots the TV Brief for the Introduction to Editorial and Advertising Module

These photos were based on the TV show Vampire Diaries, this is one of my favourite shows to watch. I wanted to create my own take on it and see what I could come up with. I chose…

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…

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…

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…