Chloe Darnill

You will develop your own approach at NUA – not a standard house style.

You will learn how to apply your creative vision to a range of industry briefs, from fashion to advertising and editorial photography.

Whatever your aspirations, your work will be unmistakable as you emerge as a professional practitioner with a distinctive portfolio.

Course information

Words: Ruby Williams (She/Her), BA (Hons) Photography, @rawilliam.s During last years project, I focused on how university during lockdown had
Words: Georgia Wilding-Glendyle (She/Her), BA (Hons) Photography, @gwgphotography Smile When it Rains was created as a part of my university
Words: Ellen Brown (She/Her), BA (Hons) Photography, @ellenb_photography These portraits of Pedro and Ryan were taken from a recent project
Words: Layne Howlett (They/Them), BA (Hons) Photography, Play is so crucial to my creative process. Style is so personal,
Words: Poppy Lam (She/Her), BA (Hons) Illustration, @poppy.illustrator Playing around with different compositions to depict the idea of memories
Words: Michelle Hannant (She/Her), BA (Hons) Photography, Discovering nature has always been a love of mine. Our relationship with
Words: Giovanni Morter (He/Him), BA (Hons) Photography, @plasticfloret In my latest project I have found myself busy in creating body landscapes that map
Ruby Williams (She/Her) The theme ‘Metamorphosis’ reminds me of how different both me and my friends have become after over
Callum Wells (He/Him) Today, I believe ‘making time for change’ is the key principle for moving towards a more accepting
Tommy Grimmer (He/Him) These portraits show some of my friends, but more importantly, young men. I did not intend for
Sophia Kapoor (She/Her) Fragile Regions is a floral photographic collection acting as a visual metaphor for the humanitarian crisis that
Kira Balla (She/Her) Crystallography is an exploration of crystalline structures and precious stones. Inspired by geometrical shapes, modern architecture and
Kieran Cook (He/Him) In response to our species’ access to the internet, our attitudes towards our bodies are changing. Fortunately,
James Coote (He/Him) Selected works taken of Fiona McCormick (@mccormick.fi0na) in a makeshift home studio set up I created during
Rebecca Simmons Nostalgia is always associated with my favourite holiday town, Mojácar, Spain. Ever since I was little my family and two close
Elizabeth Ferguson My current project documents a series of coastal landscapes around my childhood home and highlights the environmental issues that
Georgia Wilding-Glendye Hometown was taken during the first lockdown. I have never shot in my hometown and since I cannot
Kerry Bensley The feeling we all know but can never experience in the same way. The nostalgia and emotions we
Paula Averkamp People and places are two of the main themes that inspire my work and often commence a nostalgia
Tommy Grimmer This trio of images have been produced surrounding the idea of memory. I wanted to create a set of images that relate
Kerry Bensley Over the past few months, pets across the world have had the absolute time of their lives. Having their
Kieran Cook CCTV Church is a project I have started during lockdown out of frustration. Not being able to leave the house, meant
Tommy Grimmer This small project documents a series of ambient light projections through the windows of our hotel, where my
Poppy Corbett The aspect of reality is shown though the documentations of current youth culture, in a series of film
Harriet Laws-Herd My interest in this project began with the idea of embodiment within virtual reality, this idea has been
Sid Jones The Still Life and the Landscape are two of the most traditional processes practiced in classical art. Whilst
Lewis Wyatt Despite reaching my third year of studying photography at NUA, I have yet to truly narrow down why
Samuel Weston I am a photographer based in London and Norwich, and I take fashion-inspired portraits. As much I love my
Sahil Bhardwaj Just like art, the process of creation is omnipresent in most human activities. The mesmerizing process of weaving a traditional Indian cot is an
Cara MacNally Deforestation is an extremely current issue that affects every one of us on earth and one that will
Joe Prendergast This work was created as a means of challenging my existing practice, which centred around using a studio
Emily Saunders A piece based around movement and fluidity, taking inspiration from classical Japanese culture. I was particularly inspired by
Elise Carter This summer, I had the opportunity to work with the digital team at Graduate Fashion Week 2019 with
Cara MacNally This series shot in 2018 explores forgotten locations that were found in rural and urban parts of Italy.
Benjamin Leach My photography always stems from curiosity. I am always conscious of my surroundings, intrigued by the small nuances within my
Sherlyn Goh In this series, I explore the concept of androgyny and question the gender roles that are defined and
Scott Soley My work focuses on exploring the use of dark tones within nature, comparing the effectiveness of the ambient
Lily Barber My work explores the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder and the subsequent reliance on sunlight. Producing work from
Joanna Walker The series of work explores the connection between humans and nature. I wanted to show a model out
Chloe Darnill Portrait top right and below this text is of model Karina using studio window light.  The other images are
Kieran McMullan Concerned with a discourse between sitter and subject, Kieran explores how presence can affect action. It is through
Eloise Shaw 'Having used a camera for the past ten years then embarking on a photography degree, it has been
Christopher Roberts My current series aims to look under the veneer of the ‘dreamlike’ and somewhat Uncanny aesthetic and offer