Legendary shoe designer and London College of Fashion alumnus, Professor Jimmy Choo OBE, was among our special guests at last Thursday’s opening of ‘Upside Down’. He came to see the work of ABC Diploma Photography student Zanne Wong (pictured above) and according to Senior Course Tutor, Adrian Mott, Mr Choo was “very impressed with the standard of the work that he saw.”
The exhibition, featuring the work of over 80 ABC Diploma Photography students, ends today (22 June). If you couldn’t make it to the show, here’s a sneak peek at some of the works on display.
‘Children’s Portrait’ by Nicette Makinga
ABC Photography exhibit in the Upper Street Gallery
‘Tracing Paper: 2011′ by Lilly Field
‘Dales Folk’ by Stuart Howat
ABC Photography showcase in The Well Gallery
The ABC Diploma, a one year Further Education course taught at LCC since 1992, is designed for those who are considering professional photography as a career.
Adrian Mott, says: “This course, taught by professional photographers, is unique in the UK as it is the only one year practice-based photography course in the country that teaches students all the in-depth photography skills they need in order to succeed in the professional market. The course is diverse, both in terms of age range as well as nationalities. People wishing to change career as well as school leavers breaking into the professional market for the first time get a chance to realise their full potential and follow in the footsteps of successful alumni.”
If you’d like to find out more visit the course page on our website.