Art students snap up top accolades for their work.
Two art students have become the latest recipients of a special award in honour of their photography skills.
Cleveland College of Art and Design(CCAD) students Rachel Deakin (fine art) and Jodie Blackburn (commercial art) are among the Anjool Malde Memorial Awards winners announced for 2016.
The awards are now in their third year and celebrate top achievers with prize money for young talented individuals across the UK.
The awards are in memory of Teesside stockbroker and oxford graduate Anjool Malde, who died in 2009 after falling to his death in London.
Rachel was named photography winner of fine art, for her "incredible graphic eye that informs an innovative and creative spin on traditional documentary practice".
She has researched and produced work based on her fascination with her own region and culture.
Jodie won the photography award for commercial art, a "talented, hardworking student who has produced consistent high standard imagery over the last three years".
CCAD also boasted another winner in Liam Carr, who won the Dean Broderick Memorial Award for graphic design. CCAD said Liam had shown increasing confidence and skill throughout the programme and in the past year has come into his own with talents in animation storytelling.
| Cleveland College of Art and Design award winners Jodie Blackburn, left, Rachel Deakin, right, and Liam Carr, inset top centre. Jodie and Rachel won awards named in memory of Anjool Malde, inset above centre, who fell to his death in 2009
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Jul 6, 2016|
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