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This Documentary project started about my granddad’s life, illnesses and farm – it transformed into an insight on who my granddad is. This project shows my granddads life from a young boy to an 81-year-old man, including his childhood memories and his time in the National Service.
I want to challenge the perception of flowers aging in my work, to show that beauty isn’t reserved for when the flower blooms. Using a colour palette of warm tones to give the feeling of life and deep dramatic lighting to emphasise the details in each petal, stem and leaf.
My project is a pet photography calendar that will appeal to the future clients I hope to work with when I launch my pet photography business. Influenced by research I've done on anthropomorphism for past essays, the calendar presents a comical take on human concepts with fun, bold colour schemes.
A Plastic Paradise is a series of editorial photographs that explore Lush Cosmetic's packaging-free products. It sets out to inform and make my audience aware of the effects plastic waste is having on the environment.
A Second Chance At Life is a photographic documentary project documenting my mums deterioration whist waiting for a liver transplant. I have documented the everyday struggles mum faces during the wait and how life has changed for me and my dad, as he is her full time carer.
I have focused on, and developed an interest in, advertising/ product photography, exploring the use of shoes and handbags. The products I have used are Michael Kors handbags and shoes, as they are a product I endear myself, and the use of products from the brand of Vivienne Westwood.
My project explores architecture and understanding the meaning and purpose of a building.
This project is about photographing the Portuguese islands of the Azores. Represented through my images is the presence of humans and their visual impact on nature, without actually seeing a person in the photographs.
This project is all about empowering and uplifting my female models, I wanted to highlight the importance and power of friendship. Being able to capture the closeness and genuine love through the viewfinder was a beautiful experience for me.
At age 13 I left hospital after being diagnosed with cancer, and found that in general the public seems to have a taboo and twisted sense of what cancer is. My project shows images from two hospitals (Liverpool, Manchester) reflecting a variety of realities of life with and after cancer.
This is my Granddad, Cliff. He recently got sick and had to move in with me and my family. This documentary project is to show the way he makes our home his own and the adaptions we make for him.
This project explores rave culture, specifically through the element of fashion. Each individual and I within this project represent our own interpretations of rave fashion. As being a part of this subculture I want to show other ravers inspiration for future outfits for their events.
I am a music photographer who documents the energy and the atmosphere at live gigs and creates press photos behind the scenes as well. While photographing bands I aim to get ‘that shot’ to capture the most important moments within the first three songs.
The life and times of the City of Wolverhampton captured on 35mm film. Although a familiar place to me I wanted to show it in a photographic light and to explore the diversity our city has from wealth variations through to the multi-cultural world we now live in.
Persona is a reflection piece on my life. Within this photobook will be nods to what has made me discover and choose to become a photographer, also what creative influences have influenced my story and path.
It is a project about Poland which I did to embrace my home country and to understand it more. I’ve tried to show the variety of places you can find as a tourist in the country, from traditional Polish to the stunning landscapes.
This body of work consists exclusively of commercial still life photography, that has been produced in line with some professional workflows and developed through personal interests. These images were then progressed in response to feedback and advice given by industry professionals over the course of the year.
This project is a way for me to highlight my retouching skills and how I enhance the model's beauty and clothing in post-production.
My project is about exploring the family portrait. Focusing on studio and location work as the studio portrait is what everyone wants in their home but the landscape shows a more spontaneous approach. I am showing the family in a way that could go on a wall at home.
My project is a physically constructed still life of actual photographs and other objects that are not digitally manipulated. It is photographed as a strange forest to create illusion and intrigue and to prompt the viewer into questioning further into what they are actually looking at.
A photo documentary about Morecambe. A once popular seaside resort town, it has suffered from under investment over resent years. The work reflects on Morecambe’s current situation and ends with a view of the natural beauty that Morecambe looks out on, which still draws in many visitors.
My true photographic love is that of the natural world. It has qualities that human beings cannot even begin to create. This project has pushed my artistic abilities to their maximum in my goal to capture the beauty of these tiny insects.
A series of fashion portraits which explores the relevance of the suit in modern society and how it has transformed from purely masculine attire to a symbol of power and confidence. The project aims to empower women in all industries and remind them of the importance of their voices.