Cadbury Photography students' work featured in national lockdown exhibition At Home

Fragile by Layla Wildman

Cadbury Photography students' revealing portrayal of life in lockdown is now live in the national At Home online exhibition opened by the Department for Education.

Striking images produced by A Level Photography students Hamza Ali and Layla Wildman and AS Level Photography student Ellie-Mai Holmes–McClure have been selected to feature in the prestigious online exhibition launched by the apprenticeships and skills minister Gillian Keegan today.

The Sixth Form Colleges Association photography exhibition showcases the life of sixth form college students during lockdown and expresses their feelings about living at home during a global pandemic. More than 140 students from 46 colleges submitted contributions.

Department for Education minister Gillian Keegan said: “This has been a difficult time for the entire country but this exhibition is a wonderful example of how creativity can flourish in the face of adversity. It’s great to see how these sixth form students have captured the experiences of lockdown from a young person’s perspective.”

Lecturer Julie Swinsco said: "Judges received numerous entries but our students' work shone through."

You can view the gallery here

A Hero In A Crisis by Ellie-Mai Holmes Mcclure

The Cycle by Hamza Ali

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