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LCC Graduate Showcase 2021

Creative graduates change the world. Discover the next generation.

The London College of Communication Graduate Showcase offered a first look at the most exciting new names in design, media and screen.

LCC students have continued to be as curious, committed and brave as ever. The work of our 2021 graduates reflects their determination to navigate both digital and analogue landscapes as they bring fresh perspectives and truly innovative approaches to creative communications.

Explore projects in areas ranging from animation and design management to games design, graphics and illustration; from interaction, live events and television to photography, sound arts and much more.

Celebrate the ways their creativity not only transforms them as individuals, but also shapes the wider world.

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    Head over to the Graduate Showcase to explore work from our recent graduates.

Student work

BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

BA (Hons) Photography

Event recordings

The Social Media Age: Book Launch

Celebrating the publication of Zoetanya Sujon's book, this event brought together leading researchers and BA (Hons) Media Communications graduates to consider what it means to live, work, and exist in an era dominated by social media.

Next Level: Student Discussions + Keynote Speaker Jack Renwick

A series of talks and events celebrating the BA (Hons) Graphic Branding & Identity graduates. In this event, they discussed the ups and downs of virtual learning and the strengths they’ve developed from the experience.

Next Level: Unlocked Podcast Launch + Keynote Speaker Barrington Reeves

Graduates of BA (Hons) Graphic Branding & Identity launched their podcast, UNLOCKED., Hosting interviews with industry innovators who they’ve collaborated with over the past year, they gained insight into what it takes to master working at industry level while surviving as designers in a pandemic.


A collection of fresh ideas from female entrepreneurs who turned humble passion projects into entrepreneurial businesses. Hosted by BA (Hons) Graphic & Media Design, this event explored how they ‘leapt in faith’, taking on new, valuable skillsets to make their dreams come true.

Resilience Collective x New waves

A process based photographic workshop with BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography's Resilience Collective held in collaboration with the LCC Media Photography Department.

Behind the Interface: Parts 1 and 2

BA (Hons) Information and Interface Design students hosted a series of talks revealing the complexity and intricacies of design practice that sit behind the interfaces of their final year projects.

Teacher Don’t Teach Me Corruption

Graduating BA (Hons) Design for Art Direction student, Dani Chukwuezi, was in conversation with Mars, one of the founding members of the legendary Art Hoe Collective. Together, they shone a light on what’s currently happening in Nigeria and Haiti, and how these issues serve as a microcosm of our post-colonial society.

The Peter Cannings Memorial Award

The Peter Cannings Memorial Award recognises final year student work which continues Peter Canning’s pioneering legacy of innovation in digital design and digital media. During the event, shortlisted students presented their work before the final winner was announced.

Behind the Scenes - BA (Hons) Animation Directors

A Q&A event with this year’s BA (Hons) Animation graduates. Clips of this year’s final films were shown, and the students behind the works gave insights into their making experiences during a most extraordinary year.

Making Waves

A panel discussion on how to make a living from sound. Insider insights from sound industry professionals were shared with an audience of BA (Hons) Sound Arts undergraduates, graduates and other emerging sound practitioners.