Photography student Emma Barrow will see her Plymouth shot fashion photography on display at Middlesex University's art and design exhibition in central London between 7-10 June.
Originally from Plymouth, Emma decided to shoot her stunning fashion photos in the picturesque city. Shot over a few months, Emma hired professional models to pose for the photographs taken on the beachfront, Plymouth Hoe and the Barbican.
The eye-catching fashion photographs are a tribute to her late Nan Sheila Barrow who was a fan of headscarves, as worn by the model in her photos. Middlesex University student Emma Barrow said: "I have a few old photos of my Nan in headscarves, hats and fur coats with one particular photo taken in Plymouth that inspired the collection."
The collection of photos contains both colour and black and white images, and feature well known areas and icons in Plymouth.
Emma's photos will be showcased at the exhibition titled 'Laboratory' at the Old Truman Brewery on London's famous Brick Lane, east London. Her work will feature alongside final-year artists and designers in disciplines including fashion, animation, photography, product design, interior architecture, fine art, jewellery and illustration. The Middlesex University four-day event will see over 5000 visitors come through the door.
"I enjoyed doing the photoshoot in Plymouth. Our unusual behaviour got a few strange looks, but I'm looking forward to seeing the final pieces at the exhibition," added Emma.
Once Emma has graduated she hopes to work as a freelance fashion photographer and hopes to have her photos in the top fashion magazine Vogue in the future.