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REVEAL 2022 student showcase

1st July 2022

Students from across the University, took part in the annual REVEAL degree shows throughout May and June, displaying their creative talents to friends, family, and members of the public.  

The 2022 REVEAL showcase involved students across Architecture, Design, Fashion, Fine Art, Media and new for this year - Computer and Information Sciences.  

As the on-campus exhibition and events wrap up for another year, we celebrate the hard work and commitment of our final year students after their recent successes.    

At a Media Gala held at Newcastle’s Tyneside Cinema, Film and TV Production students were given awards in recognition of their work. The winners are: 

  • BEST FILM: 'Dodged'  

Director - Michael Dunn. Producer - Jay Armstrong 

  • BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: ‘Way Back Home' 

Director of Photography - Mia Saldanha 

  • BEST SOUND: 'Gut Punch' 

Sound - Tony Park 

  • BEST EDITING: 'Dodged' 

Editor - Hannah McMenzie 

Elsewhere, 26 students from the Fashion, Fashion Communication and Fashion Design and Marketing programmes who showcased their work during REVEAL, also made the shortlist for Graduate Fashion Week with four students bringing home awards from the event at Coal Drops Yard in London. 

  • FASHION PRESENTATION AWARD – from the Northumbria catwalk/dome show 

Emily Gibson  

  • FASHION COMMUNICATION PORTFOLIO AWARD 

Haydn Brown  

  • CULTURE AND HERITAGE AWARD 

Levi Warren-Howard 

  • FASHION ILLUSTRATION AWARD – joint winner 

Olivia Fletcher 

This year, across the subjects, in-person events ran alongside the online shows to make sure everyone had the opportunity to see the creativity of students for themselves. Find out more about the time and skill which has gone into final year projects by delving into the student case studies below.  

Sophie Woodward, BA (Hons) Fine Art 

Sophie Woodward has won the Student Artist of the Year award from the Fine Art Trade Guild.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Known for her large-scale vibrant oil paintings, Sophie uses bright colours over local newspapers, and overlapping planes: cityscapes of Newcastle; a series of classical statues. Sophie was presented with the Student Artist of the Year award by the Fine Art Trade Guild. 

 

Bethany Oakey, BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Marketing 

The Miko shirt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inspired by her grandfather, Bethany created her brand, Miko, as an answer to fast fashion. Miko is a six-look menswear collection made up of pieces combining knitwear with screen prints and detachable elements. Bethany’s collection was on display at London’s Graduate Fashion Week where she was shortlisted for three separate awards. 

 

Matthew McGregor, BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Web Development 

Interactive Virtual Guided Tour Website for Seaton Delaval Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew’s final project, ‘Designing and Building an Interactive Virtual Guided Tour Website for Seaton Delaval Hall’ incorporates innovative technologies and inclusive website design to benefit a beloved cultural institution nestled in the heart of a diverse North East community. 

 

Miranda Hornsby, MArch Architecture 

Bird tower exterior

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With an inherent passion for taking on climate change, Miranda’s project, ‘A Capsule of Deep Time’, acts as a platform to better protect the springs at Derwent Valley in County Durham whilst challenging humanity to carefully consider its effect on the planet. 

 

Poppy Scoffings, Graphic Design BA (Hons) 

Greater than 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poppy’s paid social media advertising used cookies to encourage behaviour change in the form of posting selfies to encourage more thought around how people dress. The aim of the campaign was to encourage people to re-wear their clothes and therefore reduce landfill.  

 

Olivia Fletcher, BA (Hons) Fashion Design and Marketing 

Fabric and design examples

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Olivia created her brand ‘Otherness’ which is described as an ‘antidote to fast fashion’, showing the process of ageing in a positive way and was showcased at Graduate Fashion Week. Olivia was shortlisted for three awards and jointly won the Fashion Illustration Award. 

 

Sabby Jamalulail, BA (Hons) Fine Art 

Kingdom Malaya

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sabby Jamalulail is originally from Malaysia and grew up in Coventry. Inspired by the communities that have shaped her, she tries to highlight these cultures in her art. Sabby was awarded an artist’s residency programme with Middlesbrough Art Weekender, and will present her work at this year’s festival, which takes place on 22-25 September. 

Congratulations to all students who showcased their work as part of REVEAL 2022. Discover more about REVEAL 2022. 

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