Learning will take place within project-based studio environments in which you will actively participate and develop skills in key contemporary photographic production processes.
Throughout this degree, students engage with broader critical analyses of the historical, theoretical and cultural contexts of photography.
You will develop your own creative approach to photography through integrated industry training, practical experience and critical thinking. You will learn from practising photographers, artists and leading academics in purpose-built studios using modern photographic equipment and specialist software.
You will experience a variety of learning and teaching approaches. They will include studio-based environments, production workshops, lectures and seminars. You will engage in individual and team-based projects where you will collaborate with others relevant to your practice from industries such as fashion, journalism, design, architecture and music. You will be assessed through presentations, exhibitions, staff, peer and self-assessment.
In your final year you will be involved in a major project in a professional context. In this capstone subject you will be engaged in the production of a body of original work that demonstrates your photographic direction.