We had originally intended to go to the Giacometti exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, which we did do – more of that later – but we also dropped in to see the finalists in the Taylor Wessing Photographic portrait prize 2015. 257 more words
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This post has been written by Chris Walker, SET team member and Law student at The University of Birmingham.
The first year in your Law degree can seem at times like a blitz of obscure academic terminology, careers advice and late nights poring over the judgements of Lord Denning. 920 more words
The 2015 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize has been announced with the £12,000 first prize awarded to David Stewart. Stewart’s portrait of his daughter and her four friends (above) was selected from 4,929 submissions. 63 more words
David Cameron’s glimpse of fatherhood, an infant’s first encounter with a dog, Silvio Berlusconi, a mother embracing her new-born. All of them and many more can be found under the same roof as a bunch of old friends who have just met to discuss life. 958 more words
So even coming towards the end of my work I have found this image to be a key part of my project. The imagery and context behind it resonates throughout my work and has really been key to the production of my own work. 387 more words
On Friday 13th March 2015 two Year 10 students were selected to spend a day at, law firm, Taylor Wessing.
Teodora Vodislav and Enilla Ansari were chosen for the opportunity because of their interest in pursuing a career in law in the future. 265 more words