Experiments in photography at Bristol exhibition

PUBLISHED: 15:00 10 May 2012

Katy Baker.

Katy Baker.

weston college

ARTISTIC students from Weston College will be part of the Bristol Festival of Photography which will feature national and international photographers and documentary makers.

The 15 photo media students are part of the exhibition, which will be on show until tomorrow (Fri) at the Coexist Gallery Space Hamilton House, in Stokes Croft.

The exhibition includes experimental landscape photography, pinhole photography, experimental video, documentary photography and film.

Student Katy Baker, aged 18, of Brunel Road, Nailsea, entered eight photographs including four pinhole shots of Clevedon Pier.

She said: “It was cloudy and misty so looks quite eerie. It’s great to be part of this exhibition.”

Weston College media lecturer Richard Edkins said: “It’s a great opportunity for these talented students to have their work shown with leading photographers from the UK and abroad.”

Entry to the exhibition is free and opening times are 9am-9pm.

For more information on the exhibition go to www.photomedia-weston.co.uk

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