More about Kit
What made you choose to study at NTU?
“I got a good feel for the atmosphere at NTU during an open day, more than other universities I had visited. The facilities here suited the type of photography I’m interested in and ways I wanted to experiment with my work.”
What do you enjoy most about your course?
“The course structure and content is engaging. It’s pushed me into new ways of thinking and has changed the way I see the world around me and how I think outside of just photography.
“I really enjoyed one particular brief that involved working with 5x4 large format cameras. This was a new and exciting project as I was able to use equipment I hadn’t used before.”
Has the course included any guest lectures?
“The course includes loads of amazing guest lecturers that are working in the industry. One of my favourites was given by practising photographer, Marco Bohr. He was really encouraging about my work and it was great to hear about his experiences and what went well and wrong for him personally. Listening to alumni from the course is always enjoyable, it’s interesting to see what they are doing now and get an idea what life is like after studying.”
How do you find the course staff?
“The lecturers and tutors are incredibly approachable. Whether you would like to talk about your work or have any other living, work or family issues, they will always make the time to see and talk with you. It’s so nice being able to talk about a mutual passion with tutors that are genuinely enthusiastic and immersed with their students.”
How do you find the facilities?
“The colour and dark room facilities are outstanding and always available to use with plenty of space. Bonington art shop provides all sorts of materials and resources for whatever project you are embarking on.”
Why would you recommend studying BA (Hons) Photography at NTU?
“NTU has a great atmosphere with a solid working environment. There are always new and exciting events happening for you to get involved or start by yourself. I couldn't imagine studying anywhere else now that I'm here, and have found a place to be part of the community and University.”