The work of Northbrook MET degree students has caught the eye of visitors to Brighton's iconic i360 attraction.
Striking images from the portfolios of photography students and graduates of the College were on show on the exterior of the building to inspire visitors who were waiting to board the futuristic glass viewing pod.
The student photographers are based at the MET's West Durrington campus in Worthing - formerly known as Northbrook University Centre - an arts campus specialising in art, design, media, music and performance.
Kirste McCool, Course Leader for Photography, said, "The British Airways i360 show was an opportunity to share the exciting creative work of our graduates in a unique setting. Curating a show in a venue that has never been used as an exhibition space was fantastic. I wanted to create a show that took the work into a public space, but that was dramatic and innovative."