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Celebrating Creative Student Photography

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 Community.

Acclaimed photographers Amit and Naroop, Tessa Bunney and Cherie Carman will join Norwich University of the Arts’ judging panel to help pick the winners and award some great prizes.

The Prizes

A Canon M50 camera up for grabs in each age category

The Judges

Black and white photo of two men sitting looking at the camera in white t-shirts

Amit and Naroop

Amit and Naroop have been working together since 2003 They came together on a photo shoot for a music artist. Amit was the photographer, while Naroop had been brought on board as the art director.

Black and white photo of a woman standing in a park holding a camera

Tessa Bunney

For over 25 years, Tessa Bunney has photographed rural life, working closely with individuals and communities to investigate how the landscape is shaped by humans.

James Smith

Photography Course Leader at Norwich University of the Arts.

Black and white photo of a woman in a checked blouse looking at the camera

Cherie Carman

Cherie Carman is a fashion and portrait photographer currently based in London.

About NUA

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.

Learn more about the university and our BA Hons Photography course:

www.nua.ac.uk/baphotography