Public galleries may lead fashion photography students to lucrative careers
on Tuesday,September 28,2010 22:09
Students who seek a successful career in fashion photography can benefit from having their work featured in galleries. By taking advantage of these opportunities, future degree holders can have the chance to network with industry professionals and have their work available in public viewings.
For instance, enrollees at the London College of Fashion will have their photography projects on display at thetheprintspace in East London. Their artwork, which will be featured in Street: Fashion, Portraits and Interventions, includes urban aspects of London where students spend their free time.
Students used inspiration that surrounded people's everyday lives, including work, going to restaurants and enjoying local shops.
Cathy Eck, a staff member at the photographic gallery, stated that "the student's projects vividly capture how urban surroundings influence our lifestyle, the way we dress, how we express individual identity through fashion." She added that "situated in the fashionable and buzzing East End of London, theprintspace gallery is the ideal location for this exhibition."
Individuals who pursue careers in photography can expect to see employment of these professionals potentially increase by 12 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.
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