The latest news from our course:
Mitch Payne studied FdA Commercial Photography at AUB, and has since gone on to create work for brands internationally renowned brands.
He talks about working on campaigns for the likes of Nike and Grey Goose.
James Stopforth is a BA (Hons) Commercial Photography alumnus, who graduated from The Arts Institute at Bournemouth (AUB) in 2009.
We caught up with him to find out more about life after university, which has included shooting with iconic British fashion photographers – and the royal family.
Alumna, Rhea Thierstein, is an Artist, Art Director and Set Designer, and has recently showcased her work in the Hermès Christmas Artist Windows.
BA (Hons) Commercial Photography students have been working with Turlin Moor Youth Centre.
The 4 week project was part funded by Poole Housing Partnerships LTD and AUB.
BA courses collaborate on ‘Creative Match Night’,
The Creative Match Night, due to take place on the 20th October, has been organised by BA (Hons) Make-Up for Media and Performance, BA (Hons) Fashion, BA (Hons) Textiles and BA (Hons) Commercial Photography.
MA Commercial Photography lecturer, Paul Wenham-Clarke, has captured the people of Portland in his project, The Rock: above and below.
Paul’s series of images and interviews explores the lives of the people who live and work in Portland. The work was recently displayed as part of b-side festival on bus stops and billboards as one large scale outdoor gallery.
The book goes behind the scenes at W.E. Boone & Co – well known locally for its Aladdin’s cave interior filled with unexpected delights. Addison documents its 195 years of heritage that includes scandal, fire and the effect of two world wars. James worked with Photographer Rose Duffy who graduated from BA (Hons) Commercial Photography in 2011.
Tanyel spoke to the magazine, which shows a snapshot of youth culture, about her work The body as Subject.
Adama and Clare’s work was selected from almost 4,000 entries to be part of the exhibition, which celebrates the country’s unique heritage and diversity. The featured work will be showing across digital screens in railway stations, shopping centres, high streets and bus stops around the UK.
Charlie Goodge, Gemma Thompson, Rebecca Milles, Will Ablett, Erin Sharp and Sam Bentley all worked to capture the projects.
High Life asked a group of first year students: “If you’re a photography student trying to make your name, how do you ensure your New York pictures stand out?” They were then asked to describe how they got their shots.
Rohan Hande graduated from BA (Hons) Commercial Photography in 2014. He has gone on to work for Condé Nast India and is currently freelancing.
We caught up with him to find out more: