Degree Shows 2011: Farnham, Cambridge, Edinburgh
Last weekend, the Truman Brewery in London hosted the final Free Range round-up of photography BA (Hons) degree shows. Here is our pick of the work from Cambridge School of Art: Anglia Ruskin University; University for the Creative Arts, Farnham; and Edinburgh Napier University. First up is one of a series of flower images by Chris Spackman (Farnham).
Fake Plastic Trees by Amy Elyse Stringer, Farnham
Daniel Bergo, Farnham
Verge of Adulthood by Emmie Thorstenson, Farnham
Sex Toys by Julio Mosso, Cambridge
Five Hundred Negatives by Natasha Biggs, Cambridge
Charlotte Knight, Cambridge
George – A Dream Within A Dream, by Claire Remmington, Cambridge
Summerfolks by Adam Varga, Edinburgh Napier
Girl With Red Hair Reading by Hannah Byers-Brown, Edinburgh Napier
I have included websites for graduates where available, but for further contact info and also general information on Free Range, visit free-range.org.uk.
Good collection. Charlotte Knight's man close up shot was my favorite. He has a few other good close ups on flickr but this one was the best I think.
Great showcase of degree show photography, all these photographers are talented, each picture being very unique and different, I'm really fond of the photography skills of Emmie Thorstenson, she has captured the ambitions of the individuals in her showcase verge of adulthood.
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