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Textiles Graduate designs stroller for Mamas and Papas
From creating layers of Cinderella's ballgown for Disney, to BAFTA winning alumni - read some of our favourite stories from our creative community in 2014.
Several BA (Hons) Costume and Performance Design alumni have worked on Disney’s 2015 remake of Cinderella.
Lucy Anderson, Kim Pickering, Naomi Bonner, Grace Cheetham and Michaela Kimber all worked on the film.
Karrott Animation, set up by Animation Alumni Jamie Badminton, Tim O’Sullivan (2002) and Sarah Gomes Harris (2006) have won a BAFTA for their animated Cbeebies series ‘Sarah and Duck’.
On Nov 14th the top 25 short-listed entrants in Smint’s ‘Design our Cover‘ competition attended a private view where they saw their designs on show to industry professionals, journalists, judges and retail buyers at The Deck, The National Theatre, London.
The film is a a short documentary portrait on Northern Europe’s highest lying mountain village.
BA (Hons) Film Production grad film ‘Little’ has been selected for screening as part of the Light in Motion Awards for Best Short Film at Foyle Film Festival 2014.
The jury was impressed with the film and it will be screened during the Foyle Film Festival which takes place from 19-23 November in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
Congratulations to all involved!
2013 BA (Hons) Architecture Graduate Ami Nigam shares with us his latest work in Beijing…
Ami was born and raised in India and moved to England to pursue his Degree. “Throughout my time at University, I worked alongside other creative people from various backgrounds like fashion, film and dance. I also worked at the Students’ Union for two years as the elected International Officer and have been a part of various committees which deal with the functioning of the University.
According to the CDS: “In her photo essay “Somewhere on a Disappearing Path,” Iveta Vaivode seeks to create a new family album, one full of images of imagined memories.
BA (Hons) Photography alumnus, Boyarde Messenger, appeared on BBC World News GMT to talk Pop Art Scopophilia and her journey from Belize to body painting.
The programme, which aired on 24th June to around 10 million viewers worldwide, saw Messenger talk to presenter Tim Wilcox about her journey, “from Belize, Central America, to body painting in Belize, to exhibiting my Bottom body painted art all over the world to my Pop Art.”
Richard Piper graduated from Digital Media Production in 2010, and is hoping to embark on a career with the top games company in the USA.
After graduating, Richard went straight into work with TT Fusion – creators of the Lego games where he worked on the teams that modelled, textured and designed entire Lego cities including Star Wars III, Clone Wars.