Have you seen the photography exhibition at Brighton Junction?
Our current exhibition showcases the work of our Level 2 City & Guilds Fashion and Dressmaking students. This work is the culmination of one year of study, focusing on four units of work: exploring design ideas, sampling fashion techniques and designing and creating two garments from a choice of lined skirt, unlined trousers, dress, shirt or lined jacket.
To celebrate the work produced and to mark the end of the year long course, learners were invited to take part in a professional photo shoot, organised and delivered by one of Friends Centre’s volunteers, Stella Michaels. Although most of the learners were slightly scared by the idea of being models for the day they were soon put at ease and relaxed into the role, posing for these fantastic photos that are on display on the foyer walls.
“Each of the learners has worked incredibly hard and I’m so impressed by the work that has been produced. I am absolutely thrilled that Stella gave up her time to take and process these amazing photographs, the learners really enjoyed the opportunity to be professionally photographed.” Julia Hincks, course tutor.
If you’ve been inspired by The Great British Sewing Bee or want to develop your sewing skills to a professional level then you should visit us to see what you could achieve on one of our City & Guilds Fashion and Dressmaking courses.
We will be taking applications for September enrolments from mid June.