There was a great energy throughout the day as our super students and staff shared all the reasons they love being part of our unique College here at PSC!
Front: Tom Goldner- Founder of The Fox Darkroom & Gallery, PSC Director Julie Moss, Taylor-Ferne Morris-Dance & Commercial Photographer, Liane Hurvitz-Fashion & Commercial Photographer, Michael Foxington-Fashion, Art & Portrait Photographer
Back: Aaron Cullen-Automotive Photographer, Scott McNaughton-Editorial Photographer & Photojournalist, Daniel Boetker-Smith (Academic Director)
The Student Experience session hosted by First-Year Convenor Sarina Lirosi, interviewed current students about what life is really like at PSC. Students spoke candidly of their own Open Day experiences. They highlighted the fact that PSC was smaller and specialised and how this was a real draw card when making their decision on where to study. They all agreed that being smaller makes for a more supportive and intimate environment.
The Print Shop with Peter Hadzipavlis was busy all day as Peter presented an overview of the Printshop@PSC and the services it provides. Peter highlighted the importance of printing and the differences between papers and surfaces that can really change the dynmaic of an image.
The Creative Work Feedback session led by our teachers provided our visitors an opportunity to meet with staff, have to chat and receive some helpful feedback on their photography. It was great to see such diverse and experimental work.
The PSC Studio@PSC has always been popular with our Open Day tours showcasing our top of the range facilities with its 6 shooting bays and our custom built cyclorama. We had some of our studnets demonstrating high-speed flash and fashion photography. It was great to have our visitors step in for the powder throw! Nice work!