This is as progressive course that works with your individual talent and ability, encouraging you to build on personal strengths whilst developing you as an employment-ready creative practitioner. The Fashion Image Making & Styling course is unique in its contemporary direction. From working on your photography portfolio, publications, exhibitions, and more, you will learn the essential techniques and subject knowledge, alongside the necessary critical and creative processes, to identify your aesthetic Through project briefs you will explore fashion image making and styling within the wider context of art and culture, where fashion is viewed as a set of lifestyles and beliefs. During the first year experimentation is encouraged. You will be introduced to the fundamentals of styling and image making across a range of technical and creative practices including magazine art direction, understanding taste, fashion film, politics and anthropology In year two, you will develop your own creative aesthetic, along with a deeper understanding of styling image making, through projects including photography self-publishing and internships In year three you will own your vision, confidently communicating this to others with authenticity and professionalism. Through projects including live industry briefs (previously set by, Man About Town, Vivienne Westwood, Selfridges), building up to your final major project, with opportunities to showcase your work at the British Fashion Council, Graduate Fashion Week and your own exhibition in a London Gallery. Our students enter the industry in a wide variety of roles relevant to the ever-changing fashion environment. The great versatility of this course means that alongside freelance photographers and stylists, our graduates also go on to work in PR, film, TV and media. Many are now leading practitioners in industry employed by brands including Topshop, Urban Outfitters, Marina Rinaldi (Italy), Red Bull and X Factor and fashion publications including Dazed & Confused, i-D, Pop, and GQ Style.