News: Wolverhampton photography students work with fashion brand
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23rd March 2018

Talented photography students from City of Wolverhampton College are seeing their work go nationwide after it was used by a Midlands fashion brand.

The Level 2 photography students were asked by Nottingham-based ethical clothing company Umma Stuff to produce a range of images to advertise their brand.

They organised a full day fashion shoot, and worked with the company’s managing director Jamie Burton to create a catalogue of product shots, which will be used online at, in advertising and in printed brochures.

Lecturer Chris Hill said: “This was a great opportunity for the students to gain real professional experience by working to a brief to create commercial photos.

“They produced some excellent images which will look great in their portfolios.”

Jamie Burton added: “It was a genuine pleasure to work with the students at the college. They showed real enthusiasm for the products and the brands ethical values. We were very impressed by the quality of the facilities and the photos the students produced are fantastic.”

Photography students work with Umma
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