Catwalk Calling for Fashion Student

Mercedes Benz Fashion Show

Catwalk Calling for Fashion Student

Shooting catwalk models at top-end shows is the dream for many seeking to enter the fashion industry after graduating.

But Nicholas Kristiansen, a second year Fashion Photography student, has been chosen multiple times for such an opportunity, whilst still studying for his degree.

His most recent venture into the bright lights of these glamorous events was when he received an offer to cover the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in October 2017, following his work experience for Fashion Scout London.

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Jackson-cam in Action

As a freelance cameraman working closely with household names such as Channel 4 and National Geographic, Jackson Wardle has left his footprint across the globe.

In his latest projects, Jackson has been documenting Ben Fogle's trips across icy tundra and scorching deserts in his Channel 5 series New Lives in the Wild and Jimmy Doherty's investigation into what we eat in Food Unwrapped. After returning home from shooting in New Zealand, Jackson spoke to us about his experience within the industry.

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Super Fly at Superdry

When Mollie Clothier drew up a list of places she'd like to be after graduating from Falmouth in 2017 with a degree in Photography, Cheltenham certainly wasn't on it.

Yet now she spends every single day doing what she loves; taking photographs. And, what's more, she's doing it for one of the UK's most iconic fashion brands, Superdry.

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Optimising Agriculture

Brought together by a mutual love of the countryside and all things tech, Rob Sanders and Colin Phillipson, the team behind Glas Data, set their stall out right from the off. 

Not content with simply launching a new business and developing an innovative product, the duo have their sights firmly set on leaving a lasting legacy and being the pioneers to revolutionise an entire industry. 

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Industry-ready with Island Records

A visit from Darcus Beese OBE, President of Island Records and one of the most influential figures in the UK music industry, was the catalyst for the start of an incredible relationship between the record label and Falmouth University.

Darcus is an Honorary Fellow of the University and the creative vibe, potential of the students and the nurturing, open structure of the course captured his imagination and eventually led to the creation of the Island Record Internship Award, which awards one student a year long paid internship with the prestigious label.

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