News / 13 Dec 2022

Fashion Photography lecturer and alumna exhibit at PhotoVogue Festival 2022

BA (Hons) Fashion Photography

Senior Lecturer Xanthe Hutchinson and recent BA (Hons) Fashion Photography graduate Ruby Styles have been selected for the PhotoVogue Fashion 100.

Xanthe Hutchinson and Ruby Styles have been included in the final PhotoVogue Fashion 100. The pair were amongst those selected from three thousand participants in Vogue's Global open call aiming to showcase ‘The Next Great Fashion Image Makers’. Their work was shown at the PhotoVogue Festival 2022 in Milan from the 17-20 November 2022.

In past years PhotoVogue has helped launch the careers of numerous artists internationally by featuring them in Vogue Italia and its website, showcasing their work in exhibitions and collaborations in branded content with prominent brands.

Xanthe Hutchinson, photographer and Senior lecturer for BA (Hons) Fashion Photography submitted the piece 'Lee in Binder' which forms part of an ongoing personal project.

“To have been selected as one of the PhotoVogue Fashion 100 this year was an absolute honour, particularly in light of the Judging panel. Being selected alongside some of the most talented new fashion photographers working globally today, was both humbling and surreal.”

Xanthe Hutchinson, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Fashion Photography

Xanthe was recently exhibited at Belfast Exposed and has previously shown work at The London Olympia, the A&D Gallery, Brass Gallery & Dean Clough. She has also received prizes at The Fujifilm Awards, The BIPP Regional Print Awards, The Nikon Discovery Awards, and the Towergate European Fine Art Photographic Prize and the BIPP Best Portfolio Prize at the National Photographic Awards.

Ruby Styles is an analogue photographer and stylist based in the UK, she graduated from BA (Hons) Fashion Photography in 2022.

PhotoVogue is a global project endorsed by all 26 editions of Vogue worldwide. PhotoVogue's mission is to champion talent, reach into historically excluded communities, and improve visual literacy; it also aims to shape a more just, ethical, and inclusive visual world.

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