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Your personal tutor will guide you through each step of the course, offering personalised and specific feedback on your submitted work. If you ever have any questions in relation to your course, all you need to do is send your tutor a message and they will promptly reply with an answer.
With this close tutor mentorship, you will feel like your tutor is in the same room as you, and all this can be achieved from the comfort of your own home.
One of the greatest benefits of this course is your one-on-one relationship with your personal tutor – gain the inside information on how to develop your career or hobby aspirations from a working professional.
British born photographer Gary Wallis had been a freelance photographer for 15 years working mainly in fashion and portraiture. He has shot for magazines around the world including Japanese Vogue, Dutch Elle, British Marie Claire, The Independent Magazine, Evening Standard, Dazed and Confused, Swedish Slitz Magazine and lots more. His commercial clients have included Topman, Motorolla, Lloyds, Harper Collins.
Gary has also taught photography at leading UK Art College Central Saint Martins for 14 years and is now Subject Leader in Photography for the Graphic Design Degree Course.
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British born photographer Matthew Evans started photographing professionally in 2002 having been a keen amateur for some years prior to that. He has since worked for a variety of clients focusing on architecture, products as well as commercial and private portraiture.
His love for travel photography has taken Matthew across the UK and Europe on a number of commissioned and stock based projects.
Matthew’s most recent project involves developing artwork installations such as photographic wallpapers for projects for architects and interior designers.
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Daniel Brooke has been a professional still life and interiors photographer for 20 years.
Working across Europe he has been commissioned by a broad range of clients, from advertising agencies, art galleries, BBC, international auction houses, to national magazines and private art collectors.
His commercial work has won a D&AD award. Also, Daniel was winner of The Fresh Artist Award for his personal work, which has been exhibited in London and the South of England.
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Ian Laker was formally trained in Graphic Design and Photography at Canterbury College of Art in the UK, and has some 30 years’ experience in these fields.
His work with the UK based Saga group has included lifestyle, events and corporate portraiture as well as shooting for home, motor, private medical and pet insurance.
Ian also contributes images to the stock library Alamy and shoots weddings on a regular basis.
As a graphic designer, he has a valuable insight into the technical and aesthetic requirements for images used in advertising and publishing.
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American born photographer George Seper has been photographing food for over 30 years. He is the longest continuous contributor to Vogue Entertaining and Travel Australia, who recently commissioned him to photograph their 30th Anniversary cover among other features.
His list of clients include the best advertising agencies and magazines worldwide. He has won prestigious awards including the gold and silver folio awards and has images represented in the photographic collection of the Australian National Gallery. George is currently photographing a series of cookbooks for Murdoch Books.
George is currently based in Australia and works from his studio in Sydney when not travelling on assignment.
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Stewart Weir has been a freelance photographer since 1993. He has worked on assignments in Japan, China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Israel, Pakistan, Morocco, the USA and most of Europe.
Stewart is internationally published and exhibited. His images have appeared in National Geographic Traveller, Esquire, GQ, Vogue, Stern, and Paris Match, to only name a few.
Stewart has been published in over 40 books and many national and international newspapers. Long term photo stories include English football culture (1994 to 2002), with a best selling book published in 1997 (More Than Ninety Minutes) and the Brighton Beach Lovers series (1987 to 2008). His work is eclectic in its subjects and approach to telling a story whether as a series of images or just one. His specialist areas include travel, editorial, documentary, fine art, portraits and weddings.
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Canadian born photographer David Goldman’s professional career began in 1994 when he left his hometown Toronto for Los Angeles. For 12 years David worked with the biggest record labels and television companies around such as Warner Brothers. During this time he created a body of iconic and memorable imagery for music, advertising and celebrity clientele. David’s captivating work features artists from Madonna to Muse, Blink 182 to Maynard James Keenan.
With his move to New York in 2005 David shifted his focus towards travel and advertising work, though he still enjoys the high fashion photography he shoots for the Look-A-Like TV series he recently hosted. One glance at his website attests to David’s extraordinary talent in his chosen field.
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