Northbrook College graduate Jasmine Nicholls has reached the final of a national photography competition that recognizes the outstanding creative talents of students across the country.
Jasmine, who has recently graduated with a BA (Hons) in Creative Media Practice (Photography), was one of three students to be shortlisted for the final of the AoC Student Photographer of the Year 2015. The finalists were chosen based on the level of creativity and the ability to demonstrate this year's theme of ‘What Matters Most’.
The competition was judged by Michael Pritchard, Director General of the Royal Photographic Society who commented on Jasmine’s photograph saying: “The photographer has clearly thought about what she wishes to show and has come up with an interesting idea that is well executed.”
Martin Doel, Chief Executive of AoC, said: “This year’s entries were of a very high standard with a great sense of creativity and imagination. Jasmine’s image is well composed and captures what matters most to the subjects in the photo. It is a worthy contender for this national award.”
The winner of the AoC Student Photographer of the Year 2015 and runners-up will be announced at AoC’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in Birmingham on 18 November.