Students prove race favourites.BUDDING photographers romped home at a racecourse exhibition after focussing their attention on local industry.
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CCAD Cleveland College of Art and Design (UK) ) Roo Rogulia, Mitchel Proctor and Danny Lowe, displayed their work at the National Skills Academy conference at York Racecourse, after completing a commission for the organisation.
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BTEC Business Transformation Executive Committee diploma in photography Shaun Cook said: "The college is always trying to get companies and organisations to offer live briefs for students and it was great to be commissioned by the National Skills Academy to come up with a series of pictures defining the process industry on Teesside.
"The students were given fantastic access into Sembcorp at Wilton and the TTE TTE Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
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"Their pictures were well executed with interesting angles and the clients were very impressed with the students' ability to listen and interpret the brief." HUB administrator for the National Skills Academy Sandra Ozturk, who commissioned the work, said: "We wanted something exciting and different and that's exactly what the students delivered.
"The standard of their work was incredible and their display was a real high point of our conference." Danny Lowe, 19, who hopes to study fashion photography at the London School of Fashion, added: "We weren't sure what to expect going into an industrial setting but the brief was to try and do something a bit different so we each used varying techniques learnt at college and came up with some great shots.
"It was a great experience to work and gave us a real feel of working within a professional industry." The artworks will be used within industrial premises on Teesside and displayed in the National Skills Academy offices in Darlington..