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Daniel Brackenbury

MA work

My work often spans across different disciplines such as moving image, illustration and photography; and most of the projects that I undertake are linked by my interest in cinema. I am intrigued by how I can create film-like narratives and atmospheres in different media. My final project is a story that weaves in between these different forms of communication. The idea is that the narrative can stand by itself as a series of still images, as well as within a book and a film. However, the story can also be read as a whole, by allowing the individual works to sit next to each other within the gallery space.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Visual Communication, 2010

  • My work often spans across different disciplines such as moving image, illustration and photography; and most of the projects that I undertake are linked by my interest in cinema. I am intrigued by how I can create film-like narratives and atmospheres in different media. My final project is a story that weaves in between these different forms of communication. The idea is that the narrative can stand by itself as a series of still images, as well as within a book and a film. However, the story can also be read as a whole, by allowing the individual works to sit next to each other within the gallery space.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Graphic Design (First class), Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, 2008; Foundation, Art and Design, London College of Communication, 2005
  • Experience

  • Graphic Design lecturer, Canterbury College, Canterbury, 2010; Workshop leader, ReachOutRCA, Royal College of Art, London, 2009
  • Exhibitions

  • Oberon Books Illustration Awards, Royal College of Art, London, 2009; D&AD New Blood, Earls Court, London, 2008; Context Collected, 1 Bishops Square, London, 2008