THIS year’s BA (Hons) Photography and BSc (Hons) Visual Effects students from the University of West London in Ealing held their graduate show at the Coningsby Gallery in London’s Fitzrovia. 

Photography on display included depictions of night-time walks along the Thames, explorations of cultural heritage, collages of the metropolis and botanical still life.

 Visual Effects work included images and animations showing cinematic shots of simulated tsunami effects crashing into cities and neon-drenched streets of cyberpunk computer-generated environments.  

The show was part of UWL’s annual Artsfest, which showcases the creativity and coursework of final-year students from the London College of Music and the London School of Film, Media and Design in venues across London between May and July. 

“Taking the exhibition into central London, an area at the heart of the visual effects industry, has given unprecedented exposure of our graduates’ art to major employers,” said Visual Effects course leader Angus Luscombe.

Find out more about studying Photography and VFX at the University of West London.