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Lauren's work addresses sociological issues and is predominantly concerned with the human condition. She has exhibited work at The New York Photo Festival, The AOP Gallery, The Guardian and Observer Archive and Visitor Centre and The Candid Art’s...
MA Commercial Photography student Luke Archer wins award for the Magenta Flash Award; Emerging Photographers Competition, alongside other artists
Luke’s work that made the shortlist was a series documenting the Magnificent Seven cemeteries in London.
The Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards received an overwhelming amount of entries, selecting 20 winning artists. MA Commercial Photography student Dorine Bessiere was one of the 20, for her ‘Cheeses’ still life images.
Dorine’s work is a series composing of six images, within each picture the colours used have been carefully chosen to match the others and each photo mirrors the same elements as a sign of continuity.
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.
MA Commercial Photography student, Sue Macpherson, has been featured in The Royal Photographic Society Documentary Magazine, The Decisive Moment, as well as speaking to BBC Radio 4’s In Touch about her project.
Sue spoke to BBC Radio 4 about her social documentary project, LOOK, at GRAFT MA Summer Show Private View.
On Monday (5th September) visitors to AUB are invited to explore work designed and created by graduating MA students at the Private View of the University’s postgraduate exhibition, GRAFT.
AUB’s Fine Art Studios will host work from across the MA degree courses at AUB, including Commercial Photography, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Illustration and Spatial Practices.
Contemporary Documentary Portraiture: motivation & methods.
Speakers: Zed Nelson, Jane Hilton & Spencer Murphy in conversation. MA Commercial Photography Seminar Day: 25th February 2016 The Photographers Gallery, London 1.30 – 4.00pm Far from being an outmoded practice, documentary has evolved into a new form that has found alternative contexts to reach, inform and challenge audiences.
Senior Lecturer from BA (Hons) Commercial Photography Paul Wenham-Clarke has work from his ‘The Westway‘ exhibition earlier in the year now up on show as part of The Taylor-Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is a unique opportunity to see sixty new portraits by some of the most exciting contemporary photographers from around the world.