MA Fashion Photography student Yining Jin has curated a photography exhibition for The Art Pavilion in East London, his work will be on display from 29 November until 2 December 2015. The ‘Lake Surface of Shadow’ exhibition marks Yining’s first solo exhibition, he explores the relationship between public and personal spaces, and how visuals and presence can provoke human characteristics.
What did you study before your postgraduate, and why did you choose LCF?
I worked as a graphic designer in Beijing for one year. I always felt distant from it though, instead a little more passionate about photography, so I decided to self-teach photography. I wanted to study at LCF because of it’s world famous fashion heritage, and the students that have become professionals in their industry. I wanted to work and learn from other talented people and knew about the reputation of the course so it felt like the right decision for me.