A series of collaborative projects by students from Plymouth University is being showcased to the public this month.
Twelve BA (Hons) Photography students are taking part in the PHOLAB exhibition at Studio 102, a recently opened gallery and studio space on Vauxhall Street in Plymouth.
The work on show will include pieces produced in conjunction with city-based charities, and cover topics from hearing loss to homelessness, sex education to dementia and mental health.
Among the work on show will be Rachael Jones’ collaboration with Plymouth Deaf Children’s Society and Action on Hearing Loss, through which she has captured a collection of portraits and quotes that aim to provide a personal perspective on hearing loss.
Tamara Yoxall has worked with the Shekinah Mission where she runs a series of photography workshops for people in recovery from homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse and mental health issues.
Daniel Batt worked with graphics student Myles Fitzpatrick, creating double exposures that focus on the human effect and process of urbanisation on nature.