Photography


JASON BAJZA

‘Self-Portraits’

Progressed from  

Kingsmead School — GCSE 

Statement 

Initially starting as an exploration of my own identity through a camera lens, this project developed into something more insular under lockdown restrictions.  Presented as diptychs, the images work side-by-side to show the nuances in shifts of feeling and emotion that can happen within the same few minutes. 

Destination 

Seeking Employment


LUCY CHAMBERLAIN

 ‘Faces’

Progressed from  

Haileybury Turnford School — GCSE 

Statement 

This work features a series of portraits where I worked collaboratively with the subject.  Working on location in London, I created portraits of International students living in the capital.  

Working in in the studio, I produced make up beauty shots that were created with black and white tones in mind.

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — Higher National Diploma in Photography 


ELLIE DINES

‘Living in a Loop’

Progressed from  

Robert Barclay Academy — GCSE 

Statement 

This project is based on the different personas I can become in my home to make each day of lockdown seem different from the last. This is to break the monotony of living in a loop, the same stuff, same person, same life, every day

Destination 

University of Arts London — BA (Hons) Photography 


EMINE GULERYUZ

‘Before lockdown / During lockdown’ 

EMINE GULERYUZ

‘Before lockdown / During lockdown’ 

Progressed from  

Edmonton County School — GCSE 

Statement 

These images address the idea of self-image and how the lockdown for Covid 19 has had an effect how we choose to present ourselves.  The beauty studio shots were taken before lockdown and the other images were created at home where other issues took precedence and life became more constrained. The images seem more simplistic in approach to represent this.  

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — Higher National Diploma in Photography  


EMILY MASON

‘Room’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE 

Statement 

The images developed from a project about rooms and how the appearance of them can be seen to reflect your mental health.  As lockdown progressed, these images took on a bluish tone and almost become monochrome.  This relates to my love of black and white film photography and how it was something I was no longer able to do because of all the restrictions in place.  In the darkroom, my work leans towards the abstract and these digital images took a similar route using multiple exposures to reflect changing mental states.

Destination 

Bath Spa University — BA (Hons) Photography


OLIVIA MIDDLEDITCH

‘Double Portrait’

Progressed from  

The Broxbourne School — GCSE 

Statement 

A photographic portrait is usually restricted to one view of a person that is captured in one moment of time. In my project I have worked with diptychs, enabling me to work with two viewpoints at different moments in time, showing that there is more than one ‘decisive moment’ in which the photographer can press the shutter to create a portrait of a person.

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — Higher National Diploma in Photography 


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