“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
“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
“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”.
MA Photography students will be exhibiting work at Grand Parade this month.
The work of MA Photography graduate Corinne Silva is part of an exhibition dedicated to Metageography at Pushkin House. Read More
The University of Brighton’s new photography and film learning centre will be open to the public during the Brighton Fringe for the first time. Read More
The annual University of Brighton Graduate Show runs from June 3-11 and turns the university into the largest art venue in the South of England. Read More
Esther Teichmann, an artist who uses still and moving image, collage and painting, will be talking about her work at an Edward Street event which is free to University of Brighton students. Read More
Emma Critchley and Laura Pannack are both included in the From Selfie to Self-Expression exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery (until 30 May) – and Laura has been speaking to the BBC about selfies. Read More
Heather Shuker’s wedding photography is a world away from the usual fairytale images – realistic and distinctive, it’s getting her noticed. Read More
Pop into the Grand Parade cafe foyer and catch this exhibition of research student work in art, design and media. Read More
Pictures are being sought for a competition where the winning shot will be seen by thousands. Read More
A photograph of Star Wars actress Felicity Jones by Brighton Photography by graduate Laura Pannack will go on show at the National Portrait Gallery this year. Read More
Brighton Fine Art grad, the artist Alison Lapper MBE, is hosting a BBC4 documentary ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ with photographer Rankin tackling contemporary attitudes to beauty and identity on Thursday 10 November, 9pm. Read More
This year’s Brighton Photo Fringe runs 1-30 October and includes MA Photography graduate Heather Shuker showing work as part of a fascinating project MAP06 at ONCA Gallery.