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30

Jul

Above: News from one of these year’s graduates Ben Breading.
“I’ve recently found out that my portrait of sculptor, Adam Graddon, has been used on the cover of last Saturday’s supplement for the Western Morning News. The portrait was originally taken as part of my third year book project module in which I photographed a collective of artists working within different mediums at the Exeter Contemporary Arts Hub”.

Above: News from one of these year’s graduates Ben Breading.

I’ve recently found out that my portrait of sculptor, Adam Graddon, has been used on the cover of last Saturday’s supplement for the Western Morning News. The portrait was originally taken as part of my third year book project module in which I photographed a collective of artists working within different mediums at the Exeter Contemporary Arts Hub”.

28

Jul

Above: More work from third year Emma Boyns.
“I’ve just started a new set of images that will look at several simple yet effective decorations for cakes and desserts, starting with caramelised pears on a Poire William mousse cake”.

Above: More work from third year Emma Boyns.

I’ve just started a new set of images that will look at several simple yet effective decorations for cakes and desserts, starting with caramelised pears on a Poire William mousse cake”.

25

Jul

Above: More work from 2013 graduate Dave Vail.

"These images come from a look book shoot of the debut collection for the fashion brand Topher Lily. Styling by Christopher Reid, hair and make-up by Aisling van der Werne and a big thank you to recent ED&AD graduate Ben Breading who was on lighting and digital assisting”.

23

Jul

Above: Second year Georgie Parry has been spending the summer exploring animal photography. These images of cats come from a project she compiled of cats in a village in Southern France.

14

Jul

Above: News from 2014 graduate Veni Petrov.
“This image was taken whilst working as a pitch side photographer for Reading FC during a game against Millwall. The Millwall fans are famous for demonstrating their opinions and I think this image captures that energy. This particular supporter was  chanting constantly, which inevitably caught my attention and I  photographed him without him even realising. This image won the Bronze Award in the PermaJet Black&White competition and will be shown within an online gallery, giving it exposure to a wide spectrum of  industry professionals”.

Above: News from 2014 graduate Veni Petrov.

This image was taken whilst working as a pitch side photographer for Reading FC during a game against Millwall. The Millwall fans are famous for demonstrating their opinions and I think this image captures that energy. This particular supporter was  chanting constantly, which inevitably caught my attention and I  photographed him without him even realising. This image won the Bronze Award in the PermaJet Black&White competition and will be shown within an online gallery, giving it exposure to a wide spectrum of  industry professionals”.

09

Jul

Above: News from second year Rheanne Hill.
"Last weekend I was the official portrait photographer for ICON 2014, a prestigious freestyle dance competition held in Wolverhampton. I worked with some amazingly talented dancers from around the country and Europe and I hope to be able to share some of those images with you soon. I have also been shooting portraits of a friend of mine who is just starting out on a career as a model (see above)”.

Above: News from second year Rheanne Hill.

"Last weekend I was the official portrait photographer for ICON 2014, a prestigious freestyle dance competition held in Wolverhampton. I worked with some amazingly talented dancers from around the country and Europe and I hope to be able to share some of those images with you soon. I have also been shooting portraits of a friend of mine who is just starting out on a career as a model (see above)”.

03

Jul

Above: New work from 2013 graduate Dave Vail.

I was recently commissioned by Fashion & Culture website themovementuk.co.uk to produce a set of fashion images starring model and TV personality Charlottle De Carle”.


Photography: David Paul Vail
Styling: Naomi Olivia
Hair & Make-up: Nadine Reid
Model: Charlotte De Carle (Profile Models)
Post Production: James Colk

27

Jun

Above: New work from third year Emma Boyns.

I’ve been continuing my summer narrative with drinks and snacks that are great to eat and drink in the hot weather. Fruit juices can make colourful ice cubes and flavoured yoghurts can be frozen in moulds, making a great alternative to ice creams. A look at American food blogs will tell you this week is National Popsicle Week; my contribution is a marbled coconut yoghurt and raspberry puree lolly (top left)”.

24

Jun

Above: More work from a recent graduate. This time it’s 2014 graduate Liam Clarke.

"This is a foot and cycle bridge titled ‘Pasarela del Arganzuela’ that is located just south of the centre of Madrid and which was designed by the French architect Dominique Perrault". 

23

Jun

Above: It’s always good to hear from our graduates working in the industry. These striking images are part of a fashion story shot for FIASCO magazine by 2013 graduate Dave Vail with post product by fellow graduate from the same year James Colk..

Credits:
Natasha at Select
Styling by Nisha Grewal (WiB Agency)
Make-up by Claudia Savage using MAC
Hair by Loui Ferry
Post production by James Colk

21

Jun

Above: Two portraits sent to us by second year Elliott Gunn.

Focusing on one of my main passions, which is black and white photography I created these portraits of a friend of mine, Oscar Milton. 

Above: Personal work from one of the years graduates Tom Hill.

During Graduate Fashion Week, I saw a lot of shows and when I wasn’t fortunate enough to be on the front row, I couldn’t see the whole look and I missed the shoes. So I shot a little project over a few days of just the shoes from the featured designers. Every person puts in a huge amount of effort to either design or customise the shoes for their collections, which I have tried to show on my website”.

http://www.tomhillphoto.com/front-row

12

Jun

Above: Second year Beth Dooner’s portraits always cause a stir amongst our blog followers and we’re sure these will do the same!

Top: Scarlett as Ahiru from Princess Tutu
Below: Liz and Jack as a Caldeum Nobility from Diablo 3 and Ezio from Assassin’s Creed 2: Brotherhood.

11

Jun

Above: Our graduates have only just left us but they are all ready getting commissioned as evidenced by these images created for 91 Magazine by Kasia Fiszer.

09

Jun

Above: A number of our students have been particularly pro-active in contacting and working with local business’s over the past academic year. One of these is second year Bryony Franklin.
"This image was one of a number commissioned by Oli Christie, the founder of Rock The Cotswolds. He asked me to photograph their launch party at the Blackfriars Priory in Gloucester. Rock The Cotswolds is a non-profit organisation, that engages with premium businesses and locations in the area to show that the Cotswolds is a fantastic place to live and work. It was a large event with over 250 guests including actress Fiona Fullerton,  and ex-rugby international Phil Vickery. Some of the images have been published online at Punchline (http://www.punchline-gloucester.com/articles/aanews/rockthecotswolds) and others will be published in the Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Standard. It was an amazing experience that has led to new contacts and work experience at Room 58 a multimedia marketing agency in Cheltenham who have an in-house studio where they do shoots and post-production for brands such as Harley Davidson”.

 

Above: A number of our students have been particularly pro-active in contacting and working with local business’s over the past academic year. One of these is second year Bryony Franklin.

"This image was one of a number commissioned by Oli Christie, the founder of Rock The Cotswolds. He asked me to photograph their launch party at the Blackfriars Priory in Gloucester. Rock The Cotswolds is a non-profit organisation, that engages with premium businesses and locations in the area to show that the Cotswolds is a fantastic place to live and work. It was a large event with over 250 guests including actress Fiona Fullerton,  and ex-rugby international Phil Vickery. Some of the images have been published online at Punchline (http://www.punchline-gloucester.com/articles/aanews/rockthecotswolds) and others will be published in the Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Standard. It was an amazing experience that has led to new contacts and work experience at Room 58 a multimedia marketing agency in Cheltenham who have an in-house studio where they do shoots and post-production for brands such as Harley Davidson”.