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FDA Exhibition 2

Posted on Apr 12, 2015 by in Past Exhibitions

14th April - 20th April 2015


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Furthering our support to the continued education of photography Oriel Colwyn are proud to present again this year the second of three, final year degree shows from Coleg Llandrillo photography students.

Each short exhibition will showcase current emerging photographers.


FDA Exhibition no.2 featuring work by:


Tesni McCall

Tesni McCall is in her final year studying her Foundation Degree in photography at Llandrillo College. Her speciality is underwater photography, and portraiture. The portraits are images of wrestlers who had their photos taken some before and after their matches. Her most recent body of work taken underwater is a series of images. It is bringing one of her childhood dreams of becoming a mermaid to life.

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Nia Lauren Jones

Nia Lauren Jones is a final year student Foundation Degree Photography student at Llandrillo College. She specialises in portrait and fashion photography using different techniques involving hair and makeup and different props. The work being exhibited is influenced by emotions through using hair and makeup techniques in beauty shots. These emotions are close to her heart because she has experienced each one when going through her journey to get to where she is today.



Danielle Anderton

Danielle Anderton is a final year student Foundation Degree Photography student at LLandrillo College. She Specialises in Landscape and nature photography working with a range of different techniques from a Quality Street tin pinhole camera, 5x4 film pinhole camera and digital technology. The work, which has been produced, has been taken with a 5x4 film pinhole camera and also a coffee tin. They are of different places around the local Welsh mountain Zoo. After looking at her images as a collective she found that a quote from Winnie-the-Pooh tided them all together -“Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That’s the problem.”