Screen School students recognised at NAHEMI Student Film Awards
Producer Tyla Sharp discusses developing a film during Covid restrictions, the importance of gaining live experience, and balancing a focus on logistics with creative vision.
London College of Communication explores the power of transitional spaces at LCC Shows 2023
Launching on Thursday 25 May, LCC Shows 2023 celebrates our graduating students through work that engages and inspires.
Lecturer in Film Practice Ted Wilkes explains the five protagonists every story needs in new BFI book, co-authored with fellow screenwriter Philip Hughes
Lecturer in Film Practice and Theory Ted Wilkes and fellow screenwriter Phil Hughes offer guidance to working and would-be screenwriters on the importance of character to stories in ‘Character is Structure: The Insider’s Guide to Screenwriting’
BA (Hons) Public Relations students develop campaign concepts through international collaboration project, PAROLO
Radvile Mazutyte shares her experience of generating solutions to communications challenges and applying creative strategies to live briefs.
Graduate Voices: Laura de Pablo
MA Television graduate Laura de Pablo discusses how she navigates her own professional journey by utilising both business and creative insights.
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
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
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.
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.
BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design students develop visual identity for Superarts Academy
Muskaan Sethia discusses taking inspiration from key words, capturing the dynamic nature of dance through design, and the importance of gaining industry experience.
Students channel creativity to support local businesses through Elephant Recovery Project
Margarida Peixoto and Andreea Stan share their experiences of supporting an initiative which aimed to connect creativity and community in Elephant and Castle.
Design School students explore the impact of air pollution for LIVE+BREATHE campaign
Megan Garfitt Christensen and Tia Buana-Cokes share their thoughts on the importance of using design to catalyse positive action.
Graphic design graduate Fandangoe Kid invites South Londoners to open up about mental health over an ice cream
From 30 September to 2 October, artist Annie Nicholson AKA the Fandangoe Kid will bring her unique and colourful mobile installation to Elephant and Castle, encouraging people to talk about mental health issues over ice cream.