Ann-Marie Ekuban

Ann-Marie Ekuban

Student | PhotographerNottingham, United Kingdom
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Ann-Marie Ekuban

Ann-Marie Ekuban

Student | PhotographerNottingham, United Kingdom
About me
I'm an International Media & Communications student who is passionate about storytelling in multiple artistic forms. Whether through photography, art, music or writing, I'm keen to collaborate with artists, gain insight from those in the industry and learn from my peers. My work is generally related to culture and identity, with a strong focus on portrait photography and the exploration of the African diaspora.
  • Seeing cities.
    Seeing cities.A collection of photos detailing the architecture and landscapes of various cities (including London and New York).
  • Capturing my friends.
    Capturing my friends.A series of images taken over the years of my friends, including various collaborations. This passion project aims to highlight friendship, closeness and self-expression. It is an ongiong project that I aim to develop.
  • Autumn leaves. (2020)
    Autumn leaves. (2020)Due to the pandemic, I spent a lot of time this year going on long walks and decided to record some of them along the way. Here are some of my favourite shots from a walk through Nottingham.
  • Stormy Weather, (2020)
    Stormy Weather, (2020)This is a collaborative project, created for Maddie's fashion blog on instagram (@maddie_tn). In the final hours of winter sunlight, we shot two outfits inspired by 90s looks.
  • Practical Photography Magazine (November 2019 issue)
    Practical Photography Magazine (November 2019 issue)I'm pleased to say that my work was published in the November 2019 issue of Practical Photography Magazine under the Student Showcase spread. This is my first publication as a photographer. (All images taken by me. Final images are extracts from the spread)
  • Hair Stories.
    Hair Stories.An extract from a series on the African and Caribbean diaspora in the UK. This projects highlights the importance of hair in regard to identity; detailing the varied patterns an textures that can be expected from those of African &/Caribbean decent. Here, I asked my models what comments they usually receive about their hair, and added the quotes to the some of the images.
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Projects credited in
  • Archives 06-2016
    Archives 06-2016Some photos from a few holidays I've taken over the years
Work history
    Business, Operations & Marketing internBright Network
     - Bedford, United KingdomInternship
    As a part of the IEUK experience, Bright Network organised a number of online internship schemes. In order to gain better insight into the world of business and marketing, I enrolled onto the Business, Marketing & Operations scheme. It was an amazing opportunity which enabled me to learn directly from successful brands such as Google, P&G and Enterprise, as well as networking with my peers through 1:1 sessions and partaking in the marketing work sample task. It was also very inspiring that so many people were able to take part in the learning experience in the midst of COVID-19.
    Student PhotographerDigital Photo and Practical Photography magazines
     - Bedford, United KingdomFreelance
    I had the pleasure of having my photography work published in the 'student showcase' spread of Practical Photography Magazine (November 2019 issue). Not only did I enjoy the photographic element but also the writing process, as I had the chance to describe my photographic style and journey.
  • Portrait Photography
  • Academic Writing
  • Creative Writing
  • French
  • Picture Editing
  • Drawing
  • Watercolour Painting
  • Communication Skills
  • Blog Photography
  • Photography Shoots
  • Powerpoint
    BA (Hons) International Media and CommunicationsUniversity of Nottingham
    Nottingham, United Kingdom
    Paired with modules in French, the course covers culture; traditional, digital and transnational forms of media; society; technology and the varied interpretations of communication. By looking both nationally and internationally and comparing past eras to our current way of living, studying international media and communications has equipped me with a broad and unique understanding of the human experience, specifically what we should be focusing on in order to progress.
    Best Academic Performance (Year 1) - International Media & CommunicationsUniversity of Nottingham
    Best Essay (Year 1) - International Media & CommunicationsUniversity of Nottingham
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