Sean Strange is a staff photographer at the Imperial War Museum

Sean StrangeI’ve just been offered the opportunity to start work as a staff photographer for the Imperial War Museum and in particular the Duxford branch. Therefore my job is to mainly cover the Aviation aspect, as well as visitors and attractions within the museum. I will be working under the eyes of Richard Bayford who is head of visual resources and the photographer Richard Ash who produces the main bulk of the material for the IWM. This is a great new start for me and one I’m particularly looking forward to and something I’m very interested in taking to new levels.

Well done Sean and keep us posted in your photographic passion. Here’s Sean’s photographic portfolio for you to peruse.

Another Update: LSM’s Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II

This Symposium “was based around the key themes of future directions & opportunities in the radio and music industries” said Organiser and LSM’s Principal Lecturer Bryan Rudd.  The event certainly hit its aims as you’ll see when you read Bryan’s super summary of the day.  

SeanSean Strange is a third year student at the Lincoln School of Media.  He found time in the run up to his finals to capture the LSM’s Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II at the start of this month.  See Sean’s images in the slideshow, below. Thanks, Sean!  Another piece to add to your growing portfolio of work perhaps?  Please do keep us posted on how you’re doing when you graduate.

Note: This slideshow shows best for users with the latest release of Adobe Flash Player on Chrome or Internet Explorer.  If you experience problems on play below, you can try to view the slideshow here or via our Twitter feedIt’s worth persevering!

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Update: Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II

The sun shone today at LSM’s Radio, Sound & Music Symposium II.  Radio experts, creatives and music specialists, including a panel of our graduates working in the industry gave valuable insider knowledge to students.  Having worked in local radio, both ILR and BBC, albeit a while back (before I joined ITV factual) the advice still rang true:  Come up with ideas and say how you’d produce it. Contact people you like to listen to or you fancy a job they’re doing. Look at the range of jobs (not just presentation and news) and target indies, as well as the main industry players.  Don’t turn down freelance work because there’ll be someone else to do it.  Happy days!

Radio Symposium 2013


Liam Juniper

Liam Juniper

Graduates will be posting their stories here soon. Like Liam Juniper, class of 2011, who is a Studio Manager and works on output for BBC World Service Sport, Radio 5 live and 5 live Sports Extra.  In the meantime, you can see tweets at #LSMradio2013 and join in, too!

LSM’s final year undergraduate Sean Strange will be posting images he captured today – so watch this space!