“I had an amazing experience at the University of Brighton. From working in London for Ben Sherman to designing fabric in traditional British mills, to living in Paris for three months and designing fabric for Chanel, and working in a Woven design studio in London.”
“I love the conversation via the tutorial with students, helping students to find their own visual language through enquiry, investigation of subjects, experimentation, and play, to help students find themselves and what they want to make work about. ” Read More
“I’m passionate about the role of design to do good, not just as a tool to make the rich richer. As visual communicators, we possess powerful skills to inform and persuade, which I believe can be used to make a difference.” Read More
We know the path to success doesn’t always go smoothly, so we asked our lecturers about the ups and downs on their path to the University of Brighton. Today it’s Johanna Bramli, who runs our digital music and sound art degree and says: “it’s a cliché story but it was thanks to a fantastic music teacher who saw through my quiet ways and believed in me that I found my confidence.”
We know the path to success doesn’t always go smoothly, so we asked our lecturers about the ups and downs on their path to the University of Brighton. Today it’s Phil Tyler who runs our fine art printmaking degree and says that as a boy he was told “get a trade and a proper job” but the school art room and inspiring teachers meant art college was where he found his solace.
Work by graduate Lisa Barnard and tutor Xavier Ribas is featured in this show in Bristol which opens on 27 January.
Iestyn George, lecturer in the School of Media discusses his former career at the NME, GQ and Golf Punk, his role as marketing manager of the band Manic Street Preachers and why studying media is important. Read More