Sixth Form Photography students in running for national prizes

Five A Level Photography students from King’s Ely have been shortlisted for prizes in two prestigious competitions.

Luna Guo, 18, has been shortlisted for top prize in this year’s UK ILFORD PHOTO Student Competition, entitled ‘Reading between the Lines’, which celebrates students using black and white film.

Orla Simpson, 18, Charlie Watson, 17, Fiona Fung, 18, and Ben Clubb, 18, have been shortlisted in this year’s Beyond the Frame Photography Competition, which is organised by Norwich University of the Arts. The theme this year is ‘The Nature of Beauty’.

Head of Photography at King’s Ely, Antonio Longo, is understandably excited for the students, who are expected to hear over the coming weeks if they have gone on to enjoy any further success in the competitions. He said: “This is very exciting news, which builds on our successes last year when Orla Simpson won the UK national first prize for ILFORD and former student Gaia Giardinelli won Beyond the Frame 2018. We are all wishing Luna, Orla, Charlie, Ben and Fiona the best of luck!”

The Art Department at King’s Ely is a thriving, inspiring environment where all students are encouraged to engage fully with the state-of-the-art facilities available. Specialist teachers encourage adventurous creativity and pupils realise ambitious outcomes, regularly achieving some of the highest exam marks in the country.

To find out more about opportunities at King’s Ely, please visit www.kingsely.org.

Press release from King’s Ely

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