At Brighton we deliver innovation in visual communication with a team made up of leading practitioners, researchers and academics who deliver research-informed teaching to facilitate a culture of critical evaluation, reflection and professional application.
Our impressive alumni include Alex Bec and Will Hudson founders of It’s Nice That, Jacob Robinson Photographer / Film maker for the BBC, Millie Scarlett Davies Designer at Pentagram, Joe Miller Art Director at M&C Saatchi, Aneel Kalsi, Art Director at Wallpaper*, Kelly Satchell Designer at Wieden and Kennedy, David Wilson, Crowd Talks, Matt Dent, Katie Scott, David Foldvari, Sanna Annukka, Jim Stoten, Jasper Goodall, Isabel Greenberg and Kyle Bean.
The studio is a laboratory, incorporating both the analogue and digital, through spatial and temporal practices. This enables students to make, explore, create, play, imagine and craft, to consider intent, refine, and undertake intellectual enquiry, critical reflection, professionalism and distinctiveness.
We facilitate students to work as multi-disciplinary practitioners, learning contemporary tools for communication and developing skills for employment but also defining the jobs of the future in visual communication, as thinking designers with responsibility.
Sue Gollifer is an artist with specific interests in digital fine art practices and course leader of MA Digital Media Arts.
Keep in touch with our full calendar of events in arts and humanities
10th Feb 2016 (all day) Grand Parade
MA Digital Media students are working on designs for the empty
Illustration BA(Hons) students at the university were given the chance to
A group of staff are appealing for waste paper to create
Illustrator Roderick Mills has transformed the London headquarters of a charity
Graphic Design BA(Hons) student Nadeen Mashini takes the prize.
Graphic Design and Photography students win photography contest.
Graphic Design graduate Maria Allen gets an high profile client.
Martin Andersen takes Gold at the Promax Awards.