Exhibition in London

If you’ve been following me on social media, you’ll have seen my posts about my recent exhibition in London at theprintspace. It was a part of my alma mater, Falmouth University, which hosted a graduate exhibition for those who graduated in 2018 and 2019. I am so encouraged to be a part of the exhibition and to have my work seen by others. What a privilege!

While I wasn’t able to attend, a gracious classmate of mine photographed the event and shared the photos. Here’s what it looked like:

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This was the general layout of the space. There were a total of 26 students who exhibited so our areas were limited, but I think we all did a great job customizing our spots.

This was the general layout of the space. There were a total of 26 students who exhibited so our areas were limited, but I think we all did a great job customizing our spots.

My space next to some other student’s work.

My space next to some other student’s work.

I opted to print off four prints as opposed to one or two.

I opted to print off four prints as opposed to one or two.

For not being able to be present at the exhibition, I am quite pleased with how it turned out. In some ways this is the ending of my MA for me. Of course it ended a year ago and I’ve already received my certificate, but this is the last event that is tied to the course. It’s a little bittersweet. I am so grateful I was able to get my masters at Falmouth University and I do feel I’m a better photographer and person for it. When I first began dreaming about pursuing a masters, I never thought it’d actually happen—but here I am a year later after finishing!

I look forward to see where I go next! You just never know. :)

-Ashley