Success For Sixth Formers On Snappy Tour Of Brum
Budding photographers proved they were in the frame for success after taking a series of urban photographs during a visit to Birmingham.
The Art department took a group of Year 12 and 13 students for a tour of the city as part of their Urban Spaces project.
Students had the chance to photograph a variety of city landmarks, including St Paul’s Church, the Bullring, St Martin’s Church, Grand Central, Victoria Square, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Brindley Place, The Ikon Gallery, Birmingham Central Library and last, but by no means least, the fabulous street art of Digbeth.
Ms Vaughan, who led the trip, said: “All the students embraced their inner photographers and were snapping away all day. They produced some really interesting and clever images for their projects. We were very proud of them all.”