PHOTOGRAPHY


CHARLOTTE BARKLEM 

‘Interests & Identity’

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma Art & Design 

Statement  

My Work follows the theme of ‘Identity’ by capturing certain interests of people. The interest I decided to focus on was automobiles and the people who share a passion for this subject. In my photos I wanted to concentrate on the objects themselves and how they represent identity.

Destination  

Seeking Employment


ELLE BULLEN

‘Childhood Memories’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE

Statement  

This project features images of places where I have lots of childhood memories. Over the images I have written & drawn about the memories I have at these places to incorporate a narrative, of what happened here when I was young to my audience. These images relate to the theme of identity, as it can portray how memories of childhood affect you as an adult and how people and places create an impact when growing up.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


HOLLY CLARKE

‘Behind Our Eyes’

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art) 

Statement  

This work features a series of photos that I have created to portray my identity.

Working with my daughter has allowed me to capture photos that an audience would not normally see through mine and my daughter’s eyes. I wanted to capture different emotions when photographing, conveying what motherhood is like.

I decided to shoot these images in black & white to bring out the details and emotions emphasising the a serious nature of the work.

Destination  

Seeking Employment


ALICE COCKS

Untitled’

Progressed from  

Chauncy School — GCSE

Statement  

This body of work conveys a disconnect between relationships and substances. I used a mix of film and digital photography to create an effect that replicates a visual representation of how I felt during a past time. I have taken from personal experiences and memories to create work relating to the theme of identity, helping me gain a deeper understanding of myself when reflecting on the past.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


EMILY FAIRFAX

‘Therapy in Nature’

Progressed from  

Chauncy School — GCSE

Statement  

These images are showcasing how identity can consist of many different aspects. A part of my identity is how I use the outside world as therapy. This work shows the tranquillity and therapeutic aspects of the countryside around me that I visit regularly. I tend to go on walks around this area when I feel stressed and anxious, the wide-open spaces reduce the feeling of the world closing in. I captured the setting along with particular details that I tend to look at to highlight the healing properties of nature.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


GEORGIA WILLIAMS 

‘We Are Fashion’ 

Progressed from  

The Knights Templar School — GCSE

Statement  

In my work I have aimed to take photographs of people in clothes that they are comfortable in to portray their identity. I have taken my images in the style of fashion photography to emphasise the clothing throughout my work. The clothes we wear have an impact on who we are and how we can be perceived.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


MEGAN HOSKER

‘Portraits + Landscapes’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE

Statement  

My Work expresses a theme of identity through placing people with Landscapes. The landscapes reflect the person in the portraits personality as these are locations that are special to them. The places we go connected to the people who we are, this is what I wanted to explore throughout this project.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


JACK PARKER

‘Objects In Representation’

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma Art & Design

Statement  

My Images are a representation of objects that give us an Identity. Focusing on various hobbies and interests that we all have.

Destination  

Seeking Employment


KEENAN PIKE

Boat Life’

Progressed from  

Robert Barclay Academy — GCSE

Statement  

The primary focus for this project was to explore the identity of people living on boats. I have taken a series of portraits and detailed images to convey how different people live on the water. I have incorporated text into my images using quotes from the people I met when taking my shots. This was to gain a greater understanding of boat life for myself and my audience.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


BETHANY STEVENSON

A Blurred Consciousness’’

Progressed from  

The Sele School — GCSE

Statement  

The paired photographs act as a representation of the personal experience of living with epilepsy. This was from my first seizure to the present day. They aim to visualise both the physical and mental battle with an unseen condition. Using slow shutter speeds, the photographs are obscured and result in graphic and indistinctive scenes that depict the disorderly reality of epilepsy. One image demonstrates acceptance and compassion, whereas the other displays opposition and hatred.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


DILLON SULLIVAN

‘Dogs & Diversity’

Progressed from  

Chace Community School — GCSE

Statement  

During the difficulty of the past 2 years, people are finding themselves struggling in more ways than one. Fortunately, some have their pets to turn to. These people I have photographed are all from different walks of life, but they all connect under the identity & diversity of being dog owners. People have their own special relationships and interactions with their dogs, be that through training, competition, or love. These dogs will be there for their owners, no matter what.

Destination  

Hertford Regional College — HND Photography


CORA THIRLEY

‘Hiding Faces’

Progressed from  

The John Warner School — GCSE

Statement  

My work relates to the theme of ‘identity and diversity’. The photographs were created with the idea of a lack of identity in mind. I came up with the idea to conceal and hide people’s appearance. This was to signify a common feeling when people truly believe they don’t have an identity.              If you’re experiencing an identity crisis, you may be questioning your sense of self. This can often occur due to big changes or stressors in life, or due to factors such as age or advancement from a certain stage such as, school, work, or childhood. I want my images to connected to an audience that may be feel the same way.

Destination  

Seeking Employment


LUCY WALKER

‘Gen Z 4Ever’ 

Progressed from  

North Hertfordshire College – Level 2 Diploma Art & Design

Statement  

This project is an exploration of the theme ‘Identity and Diversity’. My initial concept included research into the mind of those who aren’t seen as ‘fit to society’s standards,’ those who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community, have disabilities, etc. Looking at inspiring artists such as Sarah Deragon LGBTQ portraiture and Andreea Robescu mixed media illustrated photography influenced my own ideas and development. I wanted to create images involving members from my generation showcasing the difference compared to society’s norms.

Destination  

Seeking Employment


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