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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2015

James Goodchild

Hiraeth

Hiraeth is a Welsh word used to describe a longing for home it far exceeds the feeling of homesickness it is much deeper than that, it's a sorrowful separation from your homeland the only remedy is to go back and only then will you feel close to peace. Paradoxically hiraeth is also tinted with a sense of loss which means that there will always be something missing, to feel hiraeth is to feel a deep incompleteness and perceive this as normality.

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Current Course:

Manchester School of Art  MA Photography

Martin Bence • James Goodchild • Deborah Harrington • Eva Jova • Sean McCrossan • Alexandru Modoi • Daniel Tierney •

Courses:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

University of Hertfordshire
MA Photography

Kingston University
MA Photography

Manchester School of Art
MA Photography

Norwich University of the Arts
MA Photography

Plymouth University
MA/MFA Photography

Royal College of Art
MA Photography

Sheffield Hallam University
MArt Photography

Ulster University
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

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Landscape

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Portraiture

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Staged/Constructed

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Urban/Suburban Landscape

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