Student Showcase: Photojournalism
By Faculty of Creative Industries
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This collection includes work from students of the BA (Hons) Photojournalism award at the University of South Wales. This collection includes short documentaries and videos capturing real life stories and issues. Our exciting and challenging Photojournalism degree teaches you how to think on your feet and produce high-quality content in minutes. The course is heavily project-based, and the majority of projects involve working with industry. From the day you start, you’ll work on practical projects to tight deadlines. Digital photography and social media feature prominently, with students encouraged to go out into the local community, engaging with people and becoming confident, effective communicators. On our course, you will learn all the skills needed to produce photography across different platforms, including social media, print, internet, marketing and PR. For more information and full details about our Photojournalism award, visit http://www.southwales.ac.uk/courses/ba-hons-photojournalism.
|1||VideoThe World's Fastest Shed||USW photojournalism student Emily Keohane records and interviews Kevin Nicks — creator of the World’s Fastest Shed!||9 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoCheers Pop||USW photojournalism student Emily Keohane takes us through the story of her father, Dermot, through images of his life and family. It captures their experiences and emotions from his early life, and his diagnosis of bowel cancer, through to his death. The video features a voiceover from Emily, and all photographs are from the Keohane family.||9 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoThe Blue Corner||USW photojournalism student Samuel Padget captures the story of boxer Luke Peachey and his relationship with coach James Mwasigallah as they prepare for competition. Contact Samuel at www.samuelbayphotography.com||9 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoWalking in Solidarity||Walking in Solidarity follows the journey of David Farrow, a British Red Cross fundraiser, as he walks over 3,000km to raise awareness and funds for those affected by the refugee crisis. USW photojournalism student Samuel Padget shares Farrow’s story. Contact Samuel at www.samuelbayphotography.com||9 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|