Students in our London branch campus had the opportunity to show what London means to them in our photography exhibition this week. The challenge was to take a picture with a very ‘London’ theme, and submit it to be judged by a panel of industry experts.

With the transformation of classroom to art gallery complete, students, lecturers and other members of staff all gathered to admire and discuss our students’ work. The gallery comprised a varied mix of architectural and landscape photos, and some very unique entries too!

The judges had a very hard time deciding the best photo on the day, however one photo did stand out above the rest. Congratulations to Margarita Charlamova with her photo called ‘Harrow Village’. Our judges commented on how striking the sky was in her photo and how she had used the lighting to create this effect – certainly setting the bar very high.

We are very grateful to our panel of expert judges (Carli Adby and Tim Strange) who kindly gave up their time to help us pick a winner – their feedback and comments will be very helpful to any students looking to submit an entry in to our next contest. Keep an eye out for details of when this will be.

1st place

Margarita Charlamova – ‘Harrow Village’

2nd place

Alejandro Becerra Palacios – ‘South Bank’

3rd place

Mircea Nicolae Popa – ‘Rush Hour’

For more information on our expert judges, please see below:

Carli Adby – https://www.carliadby.co.uk/

Tim Strange – Head of Art and Photography at Trinity School

 

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