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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2018

Jordan Turnbull

A Rock and a Hard Place

In 1967 Gibraltar held its first referendum to resolve the issue of sovereignty over the territory. Gibraltarians voted in favour of staying British by a majority of 99%. In 2016, they voted in favour of staying in Europe by a majority of 96%. This series explores the conflict that Gibraltar finds itself in, between old loyalties and the realities of what happens after Britain and Gibraltar leave Europe. The images observe the suspension that Gibraltarians are experiencing, showing the dreamlike state of a half-forgotten past merging with a surreal uncertain future. This story captures the realities of a British identity that is dependent on a European future. Time will tell how British Gibraltar is and how British it will stay.

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Current Course:

University of Gloucestershire  BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Charlotte Colenutt • Adam Elliott • Gweniver Exton • Megan Gibbard • Chloe Neville • Jordan  Turnbull •

Courses:

Bath Spa University
BA (Hons) Photography

Barking and Dagenham College
BA (Hons) Photography

University of Chester
BA (Hons) Photography

Crawford College of Art and Design
BA (Hons) Fine Art

University of Cumbria
BA (Hons) Photography

Dublin Institute of Technology
BA (Hons) Photography

IADT Dun Laoghaire
BA (Hons) Photography

Edinburgh College of Art
BA (Hons) Photography

Edinburgh College, Robert Gordon University
BA Professional Photography

Edinburgh Napier University
BA (Hons) Photography

Falmouth University
BA (Hons) Photography

Glasgow School of Art
BA (Hons) Fine Art Photography

University of Gloucestershire
BA (Hons) Photography

University of Gloucestershire
BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Griffith College Dublin
BA Photographic Media

Hereford College of Arts
BA (Hons) Photography

Leeds Arts University
BA (Hons) Photography

Manchester School of Art
BA (Hons) Photography

Photography Studies College, Melbourne
Bachelor of Photography

Middlesex University London
BA (Hons) Photography

National College of Art and Design
Photography and Digital Imaging Certificate

University of Portsmouth
BA (Hons) Photography

Sheffield Hallam University
BA (Hons) Photography

University of South Wales
BA (Hons) Documentary Photography

University of Suffolk
BA (Hons) Photography

Swansea College of Art, UWTSD
BA (Hons) Photography in the Arts

Swansea College of Art, UWTSD
BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Ulster University
BA (Hons) Photography

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

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Commercial/Fashion

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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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