A couple of months ago I was extremely lucky to be asked to be involved in an inspirational campaign for PCA.
My small part was to make the 13 models feel like their best versions of themselves in front of the camera with a little hair and makeup over the course of 2 days.
Here’s a little lowdown from Kat at PCA about the new campaign…
“Our new campaign features thirteen current students, recent graduates and alumni, each with their own compelling story to tell
From a film student campaigning for change in Northern Ireland and a photography graduate documenting the power of nature in Hungary, to a graphic design student empowering black women in the creative industries, our campaign focuses on allowing each participant to broadcast their own manifesto.
We believe that high-quality education for life in contemporary arts practice is the creative catalyst for personal, professional and cultural transformation, and our manifesto includes ten propositions, written by our Principal Andrew Brewerton, that added to the themes of CREATIVE LEARNING and SOCIAL JUSTICE, define our strategic plans for the future.”
You can check out the propositions and portraits surrounding the college in the city centre now and read the whole article here…. https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/latest/blog/whats-your-proposition-behind-the-scenes
Thanks so much for the opportunity and to all of the amazing team involved!