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Professor Paul Wenham-Clarke, MA Commercial Photography Course Leader, has been featured in The Association of Photographers 50th Anniversary (AOP50) exhibition.
The AOP50 exhibition opened its doors on the 16th April and celebrates work from a selection of the world’s most respected photographers. The display comprises images in the form of portraiture, advertising campaigns, documentary photography and more.
Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe Festival (BEAF), Bournemouth’s biggest independent arts festival, returns throughout April and May 2018 for 10 days of arts and cultural offerings.
28th April – 7th May 2018, Various Locations Across Bournemouth
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Radha Datta, was featured in Vogue India this month in response to her eye-opening photography project with non-profit organisation (NGO), Kranti.
Based in Mumbai, Kranti is a NGO shelter that empowers girls from red-light areas to become ‘agents of positive change’, by providing a healing home, education, and personalised opportunities.
Last week, the AUB community came together to honour exemplary members of staff at the AUBSU Thank You Awards.
The AUBSU Thank You Awards were presented by Students’ Union President, Beth Rubery, and Vice President, Ezra Evans. These annual awards allow students to recognise the hard work of staff.
A portrait by AUB student, Lauren Forster has been recognised by British Journal of Photography (BJP). Lauren is an Associate Lecturer in Photography and Lens Based Media on the Diploma in Art and Design – Foundation Studies (Media) course, in addition to being a student on the MA Commercial Photography course
‘DAD IN UNIFORM’
This month, MA Commercial Photography student, Megan Winstone was highlighted as one of the ’35 Photographers to Watch’ by contemporary online photography platform, LensCulture.
Megan was chosen from an impressive list of female curators, photo editors, program directors, and photographers for the feature, which was created in honour of International Women’s Day on 8th March.
BA (Hons) Photography student, Isobel Foster is currently exhibiting her work at Hamburg’s Gudberg Nerger gallery. Presently in her third year of study at AUB, Isobel has a love for both photography and art which really comes across in her work.
Isobel’s relationship with the gallery began after reaching out to the owner who is in the same industry as her father. She initially got in contact hoping for some career and portfolio advice, but happily things developed further and the exhibition was born.
Commercial Photography students have just returned from New York City exploring the sights, galleries and photo opportunities.
The trip took place between 19th – 24th February, an educational visit as part of the course. BA (Hons) Commercial Photography students have the opportunity to go on a number of trips throughout their degree – including a trip to ‘The Big Apple!’
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography alumna, Adama Jalloh, ventured backstage for i-D at the ‘Black Panther’ UK premiere last week to photograph the cast in monochrome majesty.
An assignment for i-D, the BJP Breakthrough Awards winner captured the ‘Black Panther’ cast, which included actors Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright and Martin Freeman, dressed in sharp suits and glittering gowns.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography keynote lecture: Alice Hawkins
If you were in the South House Lecture Theatre on Wednesday (7th February 2018) you would have been lucky enough to catch visiting speaker, Alice Hawkins’ lecture, Alice’s Adventures.
BA (Hons) Photography graduate, Emma Alexander, graduated from AUB in 2003. She talks to us about how she stumbled across photography as a career path and found herself in production,...
Having shot everyone from Amy Winehouse to Naomi Campbell, you could say Ram Shergill knows a thing or two about photography.
After studying in Bournemouth and then at Wolverhampton University, the talented photographer and co-creator of The Protagonist Magazine turned his attention to fashion, finding himself under the wing of late magazine editor, Isabella Blow and legendary milliner, Philip Treacy. The famed photographer, now BA (Hons) Commercial Photography lecturer, discusses his upcoming LA exhibition, impressive career journey, and ‘macabre’ influences from Alexander McQueen.