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Celebrating creative student photography


With the wellbeing of our staff, students and competitors front of mind, we have decided against hosting the Beyond the Frame lecture series, exhibition and awards ceremony at NUA on 2 April.

Instead, please take a look at this year's shortlisted entries. The winners will be announced via our Instagram and YouTube channels at 12pm on Monday 20 April 2020 - please tune in!

We’re looking for the finest photography by creative students currently in Secondary (age 11+) or Further Education (e.g. school, sixth form or college, but not degree level) on the theme Through My Eyes.

Acclaimed photographers Julia Fullerton-Batten, Fay Doyle and Kane Layland will join Norwich University of the Arts’ judging panel to help pick the winners and award some great prizes.

The Prizes
Superb cameras and workshops up for grabs in each age category
The Judges

Fay Doyle

Fay Doyle is a travel and adventure photographer and is the owner of successful blog, This Expansive Adventure alongside Instagram profile @fm_doyle.

Kane Layland

Kane Layland is a Fashion & Portrait photographer whose images present a contemporary, personal interpretation of culture.

James Smith

Photography course leader at Norwich University of the Arts.

Julia Fullerton-Batten

Hyper-realism and cinematic are characteristic descriptions of Julia Fullerton-Batten’s images. They are often set in unexpectedly surreal settings with dramatic lighting, communicating simultaneously both tension and mystery.


Norwich University of the Arts is one of the UK’s leading creative arts universities and ranked in the country’s top 10 for teaching by The Times and Sunday Times Good Universities Guide 2018.

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