Megan Walker

Photography BA(Hons)

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Katie Wildsmith

Photography BA(Hons)

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Devonne Simmonds

Photography BA(Hons)

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Jaskiran Kaur

Photography BA(Hons)

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Chloe Masters

Photography BA(Hons)

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Renata Matejkova

Photography BA(Hons)

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Chloe Taylor

Photography BA(Hons)

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Grace Collins

Photography BA(Hons)

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Jessica Hornby

Photography BA(Hons)

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Isabella Pozzi-Carioti

Photography BA(Hons)

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Hannah Buckley

Photography BA(Hons)

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Ellie Shephard

Photography BA(Hons)

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Freya Clarke

Photography BA(Hons)

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Leanne Gibson

Photography BA(Hons)

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Michael Howley

Photography BA(Hons)

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Nicholas Ashman

Photography BA(Hons)

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Charles Reed

Photography BA(Hons)

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Brandon Stead

Photography BA(Hons)

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Leanne Galloway

Photography BA(Hons)

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Jack King

Photography BA(Hons)

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Nicola Shackleton

Photography BA(Hons)

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Jessica Sanderson

Photography BA(Hons)

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Rhianne Downey

Photography BA(Hons)

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Bethany Gerard

Photography BA(Hons)

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Lucy Hardwick-Miles

Photography BA(Hons)

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Jade Jackson

Photography BA(Hons)

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Sam Chignell

Photography BA(Hons)

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Olivia Clarke

Photography BA(Hons)

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Olivia Taylor

Photography BA(Hons)

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Holly Stephenson

Photography BA(Hons)

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Emma Orwin

Photography BA(Hons)

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Photography BA(Hons)

Photography can touch you… A message during lockdown: 

I’m sitting in the garden and feeling the warmth of the sun on my skin and thinking about the multitude of ‘new normals’ that might emerge from this period of ‘social distancing’. That, as the world around us shrinks to fit into our immediate surroundings, our homes, streets and parks, the space also grows to imagine new possibilities that carry the potential to both delight and terrify.

But perhaps it took moment to fully realise how much we need each other. That it is our collective responsibility to help make the world around us, a more sustainable, equitable place to live.

So, we need each other, we need to share ideas, offer new perspectives, to collectively construct new realities. This can and will happen in a multitude of ways, but we can be sure that photographic forms of representation and communication will play its part.

The light that warms my skin is the light that flooded into the cameras of the graduating students and fills the images of their work on show here. Bask in the collective glow of their creative ingenuity. Even in these socially distant times, photography can touch you.