Three Lambeth College snappers have won awards at the RealLife Photography exhibition.

Held at the Menier Gallery in London, the BTec level three diploma in photography learners exhibited work that explored themes of space and community in the context of wellbeing.

Jessni Teeluck, aged 18, won the most artistic category, while Milton Furtado, 22, was named best on brief, and Kiera Johnson-Liddle, 19, was recognised for producing the best technical photograph.

Mark Silverman, principal of Lambeth College, said: “This was a great opportunity for our learners. It was also good to see family and friends get involved and participate in their learning experience.”

Each of the winners was awarded a cash prize of £50 and a certificate.

Main pic: Milton Furtado’s winning photograph in the best on brief category at the RealLife Photography exhibition

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Kiera Johnson-Liddle with her best technical photograph
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Jessni Teeluck with her winning photograph in the most artistic category

 

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