Manchester-based Artist Rosanne Robertson

Today we’re pleased to showcase to you the work and thoughts of artist and First Class graduate of the Manchester School of Art Rosanne Robertson. A keen musician, Rosanne works with action, sound and moving imagery in her various projects, touching upon human emotion, activity and idiosyncrasy as well as our roles and issues in … Continue reading

Shillington Graphic Design Graduate Graham Chmylowskyj

Based in South Manchester, Graham Chmylowsky is a recent graduate of the full time graphic design course at Shillington College. With a background in narrative illustration, and drawing and painting, he is now trying his hand at photography. “I’ve been drawing and painting ever since I can remember. One of my earliest memories is of designing … Continue reading

Photography by MMU Graduate Adam Tonge

Here, we shine the spotlight on photographer and graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University Adam Tonge. Focussing on documentary style photography, Adam explores current sociological and economic issues in various societies around the world. Adam explained to Business Boom his inspirations and thoughts behind his final project ‘Observation – United through subjugation.’ “My photographic approach is routed … Continue reading

Fashion Design by UCL Graduate Heather Gerrick

This afternoon we shine the light on fashion designer and graduate of University of Central Lancashire Heather Gerrick. Describing her work’s key qualities as ‘soft texture, quality fabrics and attention to detail,” Heather is on track to a career in the industry having recently showcased her first capsule collection Blossoming Graffiti to great reception at Graduate Fashion … Continue reading

University of Salford Graphic Design Graduate Alex Potter

Graphic designer Alex Potter born in Wigan, but is a graduate with First Class honors of the University of Salford. I’m a Graphic Designer that recently graduated from The University of Salford with a First Class Honours Degree. I was born (and still live) in Wigan, I have always been creative, with Art and Graphics being my … Continue reading

Time for Tea Supporting LJMU Fashion Students going to Graduate Fashion Week

Kerry Crone introduces Time for Tea, the concept is that all sales from the store go towards funding the expenses for the Liverpool John Moores University students who head down to Graduate Fashion Week at the end of the year. “I am currently on the Liverpool John Moores University BA(hons) Fashion Design Course and as a … Continue reading