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Helen Thompson

Timothy McVeigh's Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

James Rexford Powell's Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

Karla Faye Tucker's Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

Victor Feguer's Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

Allen Lee Davis' Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

Angel Nieves Diaz's Last Meal

Course: BA Photography; Editorial and Advertising, University of Gloucestershire
This series depicts Death Row Prisoner's Last Meals. The project was a collaboration with a graphic designer who used the images to illustrate a mock-up book on the subject. After researching the subject, I considered which meals would be the most interesting to photograph. I wanted to create beautiful still life images despite the extremely strong and difficult subject. I've tried to capture the starkness of prison, using dark backgrounds and low key lighting. I’ve always been interested in seeing food differently - I feel my wider practice stems on how food can portray social statements. I would like to explore this further through this excellent mentorship opportunity.

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