The expansive nature of the course leads graduates to find employment in many areas of the creative industries worldwide.
Each year graduates move on to a career in the creative industries, many are now firmly established as leading practitioners in their field. These include highly successful commercial photographers, fashion photographers, documentary and editorial photographers, fine art photographers, studio assistants, artists, curators, teachers, academics, gallerists, curators, filmmakers, web designers, digital retouchers, colourists, museum education officers, art therapists, writers.
The course also prepares students for postgraduate study. Graduates have gone on to study at leading educational institutions worldwide including The Royal College of Art, The Royal Academy, Goldsmiths, University of British Columbia, Parsons New York and The American Film Institute, Los Angeles.
Here are some examples of alumni from the course:
Vice President at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, a global advertising agency. CP+B has more than 750 employees worldwide, collaborating across five offices in Miami, Boulder, Los Angeles, London and Gothenburg, Sweden. The agency is one of the most-awarded in the world, having been named “Agency of the Decade” by Advertising Age and “Agency of the Year” 13 times in the trade press. CP+B has won more Grand Prix awards at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival than any other agency in the past 15 years, and is the only agency to have won the Titanium Grand Prix two times. David joined CP+B in 2006 as the agency’s first European based employee tasked with laying the foundations for CP+B in Europe. After 2 years and helping to open the agency’s first London office, he relocated to Miami and now leads a team across all three CP+B U.S. Offices.
He runs advertising campaigns as well as product innovation and brand invention projects – projects where the agency creates brands from scratch and brings them to market. Prior to CP+B, David worked at Wieden + Kennedy, TBWA, and Carmichael Lynch. He has overseen work that’s been awarded in every category and award show imaginable, and helped one of his clients, Burger King, to be named “Advertiser of the Decade” by AdWeek. Nine years after marrying a girl he’d only met three times he has a 2 year old son, who is bright, polite, and fist bumps on request, and a dog, who does not sit on request.
I started working full time for Blain Southern in 2011 in my position as Gallery Manager. In this role I’m responsible for the organization and installation of exhibitions, the storage and transport of artworks and general building and exhibition space maintenance. My career in a gallery context started after I finished my MA in Fine Art in 2002 when I was offered a position as Gallery Assistant and Technician in London’s Serpentine Gallery where I worked until 2006. After relocating to Berlin I continued to work as a freelance gallery technician as well as artist’s assistant for Thomas Demand and Adrian Piper. In 2008 I was offered a gallery assistant job at the gallery Haunch of Venison where I worked part time until 2010.
Working in London for over 10 years, shooting beauty and fashion for various clients including Conde Nast, Estee Lauder, and Arcadia group