“Having access to the studios and a wide range of photographic equipment and the complete freedom to experiment have been crucial in developing my practice.” Read More
“It has been hugely influential to have a range of different artists to work alongside, many of whom have practices outside of the MA and photography.” Read More
“From working with large format cameras and shooting in the studio to processing film in the darkroom and expanding my knowledge of contemporary photographers, I have absorbed a wealth of knowledge.” Read More
Hope Vassall, who has recently graduated from the University of Brighton’s Photography BA(Hons), has been interviewed about her work and future plans by the Royal Photographic Society Journal.
“What struck me about the UoB course, was the faculty. Many of them had a direct influence on me during my undergraduate degree. Whether it was because of their written or practical contributions, I was amazed that so many names that had challenged my understanding of photography could be lecturing on one course.”
“Finding a class that encourages exploration while improving my organization and ability to pinpoint my area of expertise was essential.” Read More
“The opportunity to exhibit in the university galleries and space has been wonderful. Seeing art in the context of a public space adds a new dimension to it.” Read More
“The most important aspects are always the people – my year group, and the excellent dedicated staff that we have at Edward St., City Campus. I spend a lot of time here using the facilities but it is also like a second home.” Read More
“Coming from London to a new city by the sea gave me a completely new place to explore and photograph. It opened my eyes to new things and I take a lot of inspiration from the sea.” Read More
“Trust your intuition. There is no right or wrong decision, they’re just different.” Read More
University of Brighton has awarded an Honorary degree of Doctor of Arts to ground-breaking artist and photography alumna Helen Cammock for her work in creative arts and social care. Read More
“I have absolutely loved my time at Brighton. I completed both my BA and my Master’s here. I feel seen and known here. One is never just one of many, I felt like my lecturers believed in me long before I learned to do so for myself.” Read More
“Brighton and the BA Photography course have provided me with a space to investigate and build upon an initial interest in photography that I wasn’t yet able to articulate or translate into a body of work.” Read More
“Three years seems to have passed in absolute flurry but nevertheless I’m leaving with the feeling that I’ve spent them well and progressed not only my photographic
creative practice but also personally”.
Work by graduate Lisa Barnard and tutor Xavier Ribas is featured in this show in Bristol which opens on 27 January.
Beyond the Pale is a touring exhibition that explores territory, land and belonging on the Anglo-Scottish border and beyond – it runs 15 October – 27 November at Solaris in St Leonards-On-Sea. Read More
In fantastic news for our Photography department, current student Kate Rosewell and graduates Dulcie Wagstaff and Richard Boll, have all made the list of 31 finalists in the prestigious award.
Check out Let’s Sketch the Lay of the Land, which draws together encountered forms, surfaces and assemblages. Congratulations Eva. Read More
Check out Photography BA(Hons) graduate Kira’s work – she was also selected for the Offspring Photomeet last year. Read More
Photoworks, a leading agency based at the University of Brighton, is running a free online photography workshop exploring the relationship between photography, archaeology and climate change for people aged 13 – 18 on 30 October 2020. Read More
Dinosaur Dust is a collection of photographs by Zoe Childerley exploring encounters between people and nature in the Mojave Desert. Read More
University of Brighton Photography lecturer Daniel C Blight discusses his recent book The Image of Whiteness: Contemporary Photography and Racialization with Fergus Heron, MA Photography course leader. Read More
Recent University of Brighton Photography BA(Hons) graduate Noé Warren is one of 10 creatives selected by Creative Review to feature in their annual Gradwatch showcase which highlights art and design grads producing outstanding creative work.
University of Brighton photography lecturer and author of The Image of Whiteness: Contemporary Photography and Racialization, Daniel C Blight recently appeared on Lou Mensah’s Shade podcast – click through to listen.
For the ninth year, students from Brighton’s Photography BA(Hons) programme have exchanged images with students on the Image Arts course at Ryerson University, Toronto – see the work here. Read More
Our BA(Hons) Photography students are putting the skills they have learnt into practice by creating their own Work In Progress exhibition – come and see the show at Unit 11, on Dukes Lane until 14 March. Read More
Alexi Lubomirski, who also photographed Prince Harry and Megan Markle’s wedding, captured the reactions of the 2020 Golden Globe winners after they received their awards. Take a look at his pictures of actors including Joaquin Phoenix, Brad Pitt, Renee Zellwegger and Laura Dern.
In an unexpected announcement the 2019 Turner Prize has been shared between all four nominees, including Photography graduate Helen Cammock, who said “they wanted to make a “collective statement” at a time when there was “already so much that divides and isolates people and communities”. Read More
For Source magazine’s annual graduate choices, three of the five chosen photographers are from our own MA – congratulations to Greta Lorimer, Lee Copleston and Sarah Le Brocq. Read More
Third rear BA(Hons) Photography students have launched an initiative which allows the public to purchase an individual ‘Artist Proof Print’ created in advance of their entry into the market. Read More
Photographer Lottie Wilson who graduated this summer is interviewed about her new exhibition, her university experience, her inspirations and her plans for the future. Read More
The annual showcase of graduate photography talent opens this Friday 2 November at our Edward Street building – all welcome at the private view, 6.30-8pm. Read More
Joe Pettet-Smith who graduated in 2017 has been given excellent publicity for his evocative photography work completed while studying at Brighton in national newspaper the Financial Times. Read More