Enjoy viewing Kent and beyond through a different lens with these atmospheric and striking images from David Horan, University of Memphis photography faculty member.
We were delighted to recently welcome and host David at Kent, along with University of Memphis students, for a three-week, faculty-led Photography in England short course in May.
During their visit, students travelled to various heritage and culture sights in Kent and beyond, to explore artistic photography.
They enjoyed excursions to Canterbury Cathedral, Rochester Castle, Dover Castle, Leeds Castle, Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, and the city of London.
Staying on our Medway campus, students studied works by photographers such as W.H.F Talbot, Peter Henry Emerson, Henry Peach Robinson, Frederick Evans, Julia Margaret Cameron, Francis Frith and others. Students were tasked with re-interpreting these works using modern digital photographic techniques.
David Horan teaches both traditional and digital photography courses as well as the history of photography and art history survey courses at University of Memphis.
This short course is one of the bespoke short courses we offer to visiting institutions, tailored specifically for the individual university’s needs and requirements. Visiting students benefit from our first-class facilities and enjoy cultural trips during their stay.
Find out more about our short courses here.