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News: Not­ting­ham Col­lege grad­u­ate is launch­ing a new magazine

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Jess Pearson, photographer and Nottingham College graduate
Jess Pearson, photographer and Nottingham College graduate

Jess Pear­son, a recent Not­ting­ham Col­lege grad­u­ate, is launch­ing a new mag­a­zine this summer. 

She’s tak­ing cre­ative sub­mis­sions, so you could see your work fea­tured in Life on Venus magazine! 

Jess did a foun­da­tion degree in Pho­tog­ra­phy Prac­tice here at the Col­lege. She then stayed on to do a BA (Hons) top-up degree in Dig­i­tal Media Design. 

She’s now a pho­tog­ra­ph­er in Lon­don, along­side work­ing on Life on Venus magazine. 

Talking to each other to make positive changes

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Jess aims for Life on Venus mag­a­zine to be an open con­ver­sa­tion. She’s using the magazine’s Insta­gram account to help make a space for dis­cus­sions that influ­ence pos­i­tive change. 

Submit something for the first magazine

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The theme of the first con­ver­sa­tion is sus­tain­able fash­ion. The mag­a­zine is now open for sub­mis­sions on that theme. You could send dig­i­tal copies of art, poet­ry, illus­tra­tion, pho­tog­ra­phy, or oth­er cre­ative pieces. 

The dead­line to sub­mit pieces for the first mag­a­zine is 14 May. Find details of how to sub­mit on the mag­a­zine’s Insta­gram account.

Jess is work­ing with graph­ic design­er Le Ham­burg­er to cre­ate the magazine. 

I’m real­ly excit­ed about the mag­a­zine project. It would be great to get some sub­mis­sions from Not­ting­ham Col­lege stu­dents and oth­er cre­ative people. 

I’d love to give some stu­dents the oppor­tu­ni­ty to see their work in print. 

 — Jess

About Jess

Jess is a por­trait pho­tog­ra­ph­er. You can view Jess’s work on her Insta­gram account.

Jess is also an award-win­ner! She won her age cat­e­go­ry for pho­tog­ra­phy in the 2019 Not­ting­ham Young Cre­ative Awards. She was also short­list­ed in the 2019 Por­trait of Britain com­pe­ti­tion. It’s a nation­al com­pe­ti­tion run by the British Jour­nal of Photography. 

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  • 16th March 2021 (3:43 PM)
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