“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.”
Sylvie Baka’s fashion exhibition was inspired by the three African materials: the Ghana bag, raffia and beads, dating back to the 17th century.
Sustainable clothing shop, Switch, shows audiences that shopping second-hand doesn’t have to be dreary or difficult, and helps save our planet.