“The hardships we’ve faced over the last two years has been imperative in moulding me as the artist I am,” says BA(Hons) Hair and Makeup graduate Scott Davies. “I’ve developed my scope for creativity, embarking on challenging designs and ultimately creating an industry-ready portfolio.” Embracing period hair and makeup, Davies has fine tuned a passion for special effects, whilst embarking on daring editorial hair and makeup projects. Davies has a desire for a career in film and TV, and is looking to become a professional makeup artist. “The last two years have taught me to embrace adversity and difference – and ultimately build on my own creative vision for the future. I have so many aspirations and goals leaving this course, there are no limits to what I can do, now I am fully equipped in both craft and true grit.”
Madeleine Morgan explores body language, looking at how someone’s physicality may change in response to how they have been told to behave.
Daisy Grange’s project revolves around our primal need as humans: for physical touch. The artist investigated why we crave or despise it.