Norwich University Of the Arts Graduate Shows

My walk into town takes me past NUA and I love watching the coming and going of the students going about their day. Fashion designs pop up in windows and I get sneak peeks of work being delivered in vans.

I was lucky enough to be invited to the private view for the graduates of 2018 – it was great fun to sip fizz in the sun, catch up with some friends and meet some fellow bloggers. But I wanted to go back at a later date to be able to walk around with ease and take in the exhibition in more depth without lots of people.

This year I was honoured to be asked by Amy Timmins to be part of her Fashion Communications project and was blown away by her creativity, eye for detail and passion for fashion styling and it was my privilege to work with her on a couple of shoots. Along with Emily Bishop Saunders who snapped some great pictures of me.

And I spotted this as part of the exhibition.

Every year the standard of work continues to grow and just gets better and better. In all aspects of the exhibition are an incredible showcase of talent and imagination. The creativity from all the students is outstanding. I totally enjoyed wandering around taking in all of the fashion, textiles, photos and fine art.


Always love the fashion – the details, the cut and the attention to detail is amazing.
I forgot to write down whose work is who so forgive me!!

Just loved these such imagination. And I would rather like that chair in my house!


Being a stylist I love seeing the photography and just love these images – am looking forward to working with Emily Bishop- – Saunders on a rather exciting project soon and would love to work with others too.

Was lovely to see Amy’s work on display too.

Good luck to all the graduates of 2018 – I wish you all the luck with your careers and will watch with interest and hope I can get to work with some of you soon.



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