If you have completed our Morley Level 3 Photography Course, or are a photographer/artist working with ideas and projects which need time and space to develop, this course is for you.
Allowing you to bridge the gap between the fundamental operation of the camera towards more advanced techniques and creative approaches; this course will engage you with challenging assignments, one-to-one support and group feedback. You will refresh your existing practice and creative decision-making; whatever your current photographic interests.
Strong emphasis is placed on developing you professionally and to this end you will also learn how to effectively communicate with clients, magazines and publications, work on your own web presence and social media skills and become proficient in presenting your work for a variety of intended audiences. You will also co-curate a public group exhibition of your work at the end of the course.
This course encourages you to think in ideas and processes, towards a range of outcomes which in themselves may be starting points. Through a structured set of Units and Modules you will build a diverse body of work
The course runs for one evening a week over 33 weeks and a once-termly, whole day Saturday workshop will be delivered by a visiting photographer/artist who is a specialist in their field – these workshops will be designed to enhance your portfolio and introduce new skills and ideas
The course comprises three main units, which run one each per term. These units comprise structured modules of study and assignments which will support the work produced. A series of core skills will also be learnt throughout the year – these have been designed to maintain the necessary ongoing skills to support your project work. Our tutors have many years experience as professional photographers and teachers who have exhibited and published their work widely.
Tutors – Steve Mepsted, Lydia Evans, Bruce Tanner