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Sanghun Kim, 2020. MA Illustration and Visual Media, London College of Communication, UAL.

The latest news, interviews and features from London College of Communication.


  • Graduate Voices: Audrey Solomon
    Image taken from 'Isolated Stories (pt.II)'. Project by Audrey Solomon. Illustrations by Emanuela Frisari.

    Graduate Voices: Audrey Solomon

    Recent graduate Audrey Solomon shares her thoughts on the symbiosis between publishing and design practices, and the importance of staying curious.

  • Mentoring Spotlight: Lucie Chambeau x Katrina Young
    Image credit: Lucie Chambeau, MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice 2021.

    Mentoring Spotlight: Lucie Chambeau x Katrina Young

    Recent graduate Lucie Chambeau and her mentor, digital marketing and technology consultant Katrina Young, discuss their experiences of taking part in LCC's Industry Mentoring Programme.

  • Obituary: Benedict Richards
    Benedict Richards (1969-2022), London College of Communication.

    Obituary: Benedict Richards

    We remember graphic designer and beloved staff member Benedict Richards (1969-2022), who supported so many students to forge their creative careers at London College of Communication.

  • Graduate Voices: Taha Izzi
    Image taken from 'Without Location'. Image credit: Taha Izzi.

    Graduate Voices: Taha Izzi

    Recent BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography graduate Taha Izzi shares his thoughts on his creative journey and the development of his final major project, 'Without Location'.

Value Talks

Being seen, being hired, being heard

Host Tim Ogu discusses diversity in the PR industry with Kamiqua Lake (COLDR, UK Black Comms Network), Mohammad Qazalbash (Live Nation Enterainment) and Rachel Allison (Axe & Saw).

Making space in the media

LCC graduate Tim Ogu explores the current journalism landscape with broadcaster and presenter Charlene White; creative director and consultant Henry Holland; and journalist, writer and comedian Shon Faye.

Exploring gender identities and creativity

Award-winning trans activist Charlie Craggs speaks to MA Photography graduate Jessie McLaughlin.

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