Previously I wrote a blog post on the importance of collaboration in Art, in which I introduced my collaboration with the South West Image Bank on the project ‘The Forgotten Image’. I am proud to announce on this blog post the exhibition is currently up in Plymouth again, held in perhaps an unconventional setting for art work, at Bond Dickinson’s law offices in Plymouth. As the exhibition is being displayed again, I have written a short piece about the project…Read More
BA (Hons) Photography Alumna
Sketchbooks are tricky; they are personal pieces of work that some people find more helpful than others to have alongside their degree. Throughout my degree I have enjoyed creating sketchbooks whilst working on projects, as I have found them helpful in grounding and developing my ideas, however some people have found it more difficult. For this blog post I thought I would share some sketchbook tips….Read More
Friday 10th June marked the start of the Photography Degree show 2016, and the end of my photography degree here at Plymouth. The work showcased in our degree show is diverse, and the title Raw34 works well with the nature of this. It is provocative, but gives nothing away about the exhibition, simply alluding to the new number of artists presenting. Therefore for this blog I wanted to spotlight some of the work appearing in this year’s degree show which runs until the 24th June.Read More
A collaboration needs mutual respect, input and exposure.
In the second year of the photography degree, there is a collaboration module where you are encouraged to collaborate on a project with someone outside of photography. Having known the South West Image Bank archive, (SWiB) in Plymouth, took volunteers, I got in touch with working with the archive on a project.Read More