Graduating students from Havering College have showcased an amazing diversity of talent at this year’s Free Range exhibition in London’s Brick Lane.

The show at the Old Truman Brewery provides a platform where emerging artists and designers from colleges and universities can gain exposure to thousands of visitors. Lucy Dodds, a graphic design student, was thrilled to get her work noticed by reviewers from Digital Arts. The online magazine referred to the “great work of Havering College” and singled out Lucy as an example.

Lucy, who took her inspiration for her final project from her love of travel, said: “Travel can teach much broader things in life and my collection shows what can be gained from a personal travel experience.”

Mark Owers, a 3D design craft student, displayed furniture. His designs involved combining the old and the new and using techniques such as digital laser etching and traditional steam bending. His pieces attracted interest from a buyer in Korea.