Teaching Practice

This page contains work by some of the students under my tutelage. It is a varied collection featuring differing creative disciplines and student levels.

Of course, it is not always easy to retain some of the best student work from the mêlée and rush of teaching practice, following are some selected items.

‘firstly’ :

These images are of a self-initiated show entitled ‘firstly‘, assembled and curated by level 4, 1st year, students at Kingston University.

The diversity, innovation of ideas and presentation would warm the heart of any creative in this country. There is open ended thinking, there is research and there is a willingness to use humour and intellect to challenge concepts head-on.

These students did so well, not only in the work expected of them on their course but in their entrepreneurship in staging this show, inviting industry professionals and convincing their parents that there is some point to all their expenditure and lip-biting too!

Images : With thanks to course leader and students

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Emma Mason Gallery Print Competition: 2nd Year

The image below is a shot of FDA Illustration student visiting the Emma Mason Gallery as an introduction to a professional practice project kindly overseen by Emma and Richard at the gallery.

This is the second year that we have run this project.  

With thanks to Emma Mason Gallery.

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Interactive Design Institute:

The following work was produced by level 4 students on the Interactive Design Institute photography degree course.

IDI is an online course that offers creative subjects as diverse as graphics, 3D design and illustration. http://www.idesigni.co.uk

These digital images by Graham Watson are of Goole Docks .

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The following images from a series entitled ‘Living with Vertigo’, explore Graham Brigg’s experience of loosing his balance control. This prompted a further investigation into other conditions and the creative possibilities that could be extracted from them.

Graham Briggs 5Graham Briggs 4Graham Briggs 6Typology work by Radomir Kos  looking at the ‘similar but different’ in the production of aircraft jet engines.

Screen Shot 2014-05-23 at 14.26.36Another typological set from Silvia Molina presenting monstrous amounts of overhead communication cables in a South American cityscape.

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Finally an academic investigation by Tim Fisher into the seminal work of Ed Ruscha, updated via the Internet.

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