Photos by Amber hogan
Last week, our A level photography students took a trip to London to visit the new Photography Centre at the Victoria and Albert Museum. They then went onto the Don McCullin retrospective exhibition at Tate Britain.
These are two diverse displays showcasing the creative and experimental development of photography from the very earliest images, through to contemporary; and then to the hard hitting, thought provoking photojournalism of Don McCullin, coupling his images of war, famine and hardship with more contemplative work around landscapes and still life.
The students viewed a huge amount of stimulating work, that will inspire their own projects and create plenty of discussion in the coming months. We're excited to see the development of their work!