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  1. #NoLable - Online Exhibition

    29 May 2020
    “We see art as a way to explore emotions and states experienced by us and people around.”“No Label: Invisible State” is an exhibition that takes place on Instagram, over social media and website. The exhibition has been created by Victoria Chikovani. The exhibition was suggested for me to participate in…

  2. Source Magazine - Graduate Photography

    29 May 2020
    “Source” is a photography magazine, available in print and as a digital edition, that is published in Belfast. They publish the work of emerging photographers. They also engage with contemporary photography through news, features and reviews of the latest exhibitions and books from Ireland and the UK. The website brings…

  3. ‘Freelance Business’ - Case Study 3

    08 May 2020
    Since starting photography, it has been my aim in the future, to be a professional freelance photographer, creating personal work, combating issues I am passionate about through my work, working with others  and on commissioned jobs.  Within this idea it has taken a lot of research, to understand what it…

  4. ‘Lecturing’ - Case Study 2

    08 May 2020
    Towards the beginning of the second year at university, I started looking into the idea of becoming a lecture of photography at a university in the future. Having been inspired by all my tutors and the way they have encouraged me, I felt it would be amazing to follow in…

  5. Colin Pantall - Writing Masterclass

    08 May 2020
    Colin Pantall, is one of our lecturers at university, who is also a writer and photographer.  Colin put on a workshop for us recently to help us write our statements for our source graduates submissions, to go along side our photography. The statement could only be 120 words.  Within the…

  6. ‘Curator’ - Case Study 1

    03 May 2020
    Until recently curating had not been a job in which I had heard much about, but after putting together our exhibition “FUSED” at the beginning of this year, myself and three others took on the roll of organising and curating the exhibition.  It was not an easy task in which…

  7. Archie Wells

    03 May 2020
    Archie Wells, is a alumni of Bath Spa University photography course, having graduated last year. Wells gave a talk online to us about how he has progressed his career in the year since leaving university.  Focusing on his own personal experience since leaving university, Wells is currently working as an…

  8. Kelly O’Brien - Guest Lecturer

    02 May 2020
    Kelly O’Brien is another photographer who we were lucky enough to have talk to us about her career and background in photography. O’Brien was born in Derby in 1985 and her background journey and personal life, played a huge impact on her practice. Working with distortion, and fragmentation of memory.…

  9. Alexandra Lethbridge - Guest Lecturer

    02 May 2020
    Alexandra Lethbridge is a British conceptual artist that came in to give a talk to us and talk about our work with us. Lethbridge works within photography and installation. She uses found and appropriated imagery, within sculpture, still and moving image.  The most common theme of her work is a…

  10. Website

    29 Mar 2020
    As a photographer your online presence is crucial in representing who you are, with a network and gaining job opportunities. Emphasising a website is also emphasising yourself as a photographer and person. Presenting you to possible clients and other possible job opportunities that could come your way based on your…

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