The Mayoress of Blyth, Margaret Parker, will be unveiling the
exhibition, which will be available for public viewing and purchase
from 25 April until 31 May.
The five students, who are in the second year of their course,
range in age from 20 to 60 years old and are Susan Davey from
Blyth, Gordon Scott from Boldon, Michael Flynn from Ashington,
Katie Simmons from Cramlington and Janine Hocking from
The students each have their own style of photography which will
be reflected in the diverse displays.
Another student, Laura Hardy will be having a solo exhibition 23
May to 1 June in Wooler.
Course Team Leader, Jacqui Dixon said: "Exhibiting their work is
a fantastic opportunity for our students to gain recognition for
their work as well as giving them valuable professional
"The students have organised the exhibition themselves as part
of the important work-based element of the course and will be the
students' first steps into the profession and they'll find out if
there is a market for their products."
The HND in Photography course at Northumberland College provides
the traditional skills of image making combined with an ability to
work professionally in the digital environment. Graduates can be
accepted into the final year of a degree course or move into jobs
in the industry.
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out more about the course.
Back row: Gordon Scott, Laura Hardy (in cap), middle row:
Janine Hocking, Katie Simmons, Susan Davey, front row: Michael