Monday, March 27, 2006

Tom Esslemont Design Graduate

Having graduated in Product Design at UCLAN, Tom has been lecturing in Product Design within the department. Since finishing he has started work for an architectural design practice in Kendal, specialising in visualisation for architectural and landscape design fields.

''I have learnt a lot from my experience at UCLAN, and with the lecturing, I have been able to develop my skills into more specialised areas, including projects that include interiors, architectural detailing and planning. 'Some projects have been undertaken in relation to projects such as the RIBA Midland project, a major international competition, where I have been able to develop visualising and design conceptualising skills at a number of levels.''

Overall, Tom feels that Product Design courses are an excellent degree for progression into many different related areas. The skills learnt allow personal development in areas such as personal presentation, design practice and the ability to interrelate skills picked up to other design areas.

Tom joins a long list of graduates who have found employment with highly regarded employers regionally, nationally and internationally.

Noise Festival

Noise is looking for young creative people
Are you 25 and under and want to get into the creative industries? Would you like to see your work on television, radio, online and in print? Plus an opportunity to have your work reviewed by some of the UK’s most renowned creatives and potential international collaborators.

What is Noise?
NOISE is an arts and media festival for all young people (age 25 and under). From now until 31st May 2006 you can submit your work for the Noise media showcase in October 2006.