LSM 2011 highlights

It’s been quite a year back on the Brayford:

Andrew Elliott organised a conference, Rethinking Epic, at Lincoln in July, with a line-up that included renowned international scholars in film history (Jeffrey Richards, Robert Burgoyne).

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George Horne Update

Last summer, George Horne , who now works as a the Director of Film and Photography at Proof Studios in Leicester, took time out between commercial commisssions to help two student friends in Creative Advertising make a short film.

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Media students to help at RAF air show

From Dr Sarah Barrow, LSM Head of School:

“12 students from Lincoln School of Media have been selected to attend the 2011 Royal Air Force Waddington International Air Show on 2 and 3 July as ‘press’.

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Doug Murchie, class of 2005

Doug at work!

Internships can be an extremely good place to start.

I am a producer creating promos, commercials, competitions and short form content for the kids’ channels Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito.

Doug’s latest showreel:

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Degree show 2011

All graduates are warmly invited to the School of Media degree show on Friday 27 May 2011, a day of celebration of our final year students’ work in film, radio, design, digital, screenwriting, photography and multi-camera work.

Trailer produced by George Precious, Rob Egan helped by Harry Corden – Logo Animation by Josh Sharp. MUSIC kindly supplied by Deep East Music Continue reading

What is rural?

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From Adam O’Meara:

What is Rural?’ is a one-day symposium at The Collection, Lincoln, Friday 18th March 2011.

I’m co-organising this event with Kate Genever a farmer/artist, alongside our current exhibition ‘Taskscape’ at the Collection.

Taskscape from Adam O'Meara on Vimeo.

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Digital Photographer of the Year Awards

Enter the ‘Get Creative’ category in the Digital Photographer of the Year Awards for your chance to win amazing Samsung camera gear.

All you have to do is submit up to three examples of your best photo manipulation, HDR or photo editing work for a chance to scoop this awesome prize.


Kirsty Armstrong, class of 2007

Kirsty with a friend

I’m not sure when I plan to return to the UK, or if I ever will long term. I like to go by the theory that you only live once and you should seize every opportunity while you can, so for the time being at least Beijing is my home!

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Photography students shortlisted

Congratulations to Hannah Walsh and Samantha Fisher for being shortlisted for the Fujifilm/Penguin Student Award 2010. Hannah and Sam, as Merit winners, now go forward to the final judging where the overall winner will be chosen.

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2010 Degree show: May 28

This year’s show was acclaimed as the best yet.

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