I chose to do a print project as opposed to a dissertation in my third & final year of study. I wanted to look into the pornographic culture rapidly rising due to the emergence of the internet & in particular focus upon how this was affecting the behaviour/views of young adults around a similar age to me who may have distorted views of sex or … Continue reading A generation brought up upon instant gratification: (Final Year Print Project)
Appeared on the international TV station ‘Islam Channel’ on their premier ‘Living The Life’ daily show to discuss my work in photography, journalism and future career plans as a live featured guest. The interview/programme can be viewed in full below. https://www.islamchannel.tv/programme-video/living-the-life304/ Continue reading Islam Channel: Living The Life (Live TV Interview)
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