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News: A Level students feature in UK-wide photography exhibition

This image by Hollie Jones
This image by Hollie Jones

A picture paints a thousand words! The work of four talented Nottingham College A Level Photography students has been selected to feature in an emotive UK-wide online exhibition. It highlights the mental health impact of the pandemic on young people.

From a huge 22,000 entries, students Hollie, Liana, Ava and Jade, who are all studying at the College’s High Pavement Sixth Form, were chosen alongside 79 others to feature in the exhibition, which launched on 15 February.

An emotional subject

The Show and Tell exhibition was organised by The Photography Movement and aimed to help ease the stresses and anxiety caused by the impact of lockdown. Young people aged 10 to 18 were asked to capture images which answer the simple question: How are you feeling?

Judge's Choice

Selected in the top 15 Judge’s Choice were the images of Hollie, Liana and Ava, who have also seen their work displayed in a national billboard campaign from 15 to 21 February. Some of the images were also featured on national news websites!

A student's view

Eighteen-year-old Hollie Jones’s photograph (pictured here) portrayed the feeling of being alone, and not knowing what’s around the corner. She took it on a foggy night when there were hints of bonfire smoke in the air.

I was really excited when I found out I’d made it in. I know we’re in lockdown, but I’m still enjoying the recognition of my work and other people’s. It's really brilliant to be honest.

It's an empowering feeling as a photographer to have your work recognised by already established photographers.

- A Level student Hollie Jones

Nottingham College A Level Photography Lecturer, Liz Morley, encouraged her students to consider entering their work for the exhibition. She is delighted with their success!

What an amazing achievement for them! To have four Nottingham College student photos make the final exhibition, when thousands entered, makes us so proud.

Liz Morley - A Level Photography Lecturer

Judges included world-renowned photographer Rankin, BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Nihal Arthanayake, model and TV presenter Daisy Lowe and advertising creative director Trevor Robinson.

You can see the other students’ photos and the whole Show and Tell exhibition on the The Photography Movement website.

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  • 19th February 2021 (10:51 AM)
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