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Featured Image – Ballet in natural light

Making the most of the light.

Presidents Scholar Carmen Martin Alonso poses for a photoshoot in the Imperial College Union activity space for the Annual Fundraising Report.
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Special Visitors

Shooting the College’s VIP events

VIP visits to the College are logistically huge. They involve large numbers of people as well as a good deal of planning, but are always over in a flash.

President Xi Jinping at a demonstration of robotic instruments.Image © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [Click Image to expand]
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Featured Shoot – National Women in Engineering Day

Women in Engineering, and a ladder.

We don’t ordinarily shoot portraits with a fisheye lens, but for this particular piece of equipment in this campaign we made an exception.
(This is a rare post as there’s also an image of me at work, and a ladder training course.)
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Featured Lab – The Thin Film Technology Lab

A Cathedral of technology.

This week I had the opportunity to shoot some new images in this amazing lab space in Bessemer.

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Image of the Week – Graduation Fisheye

New angles on Graduation.

President of Imperial, Professor Alice P. Gast, shakes the hand of a graduating student on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, while a spectator in a headscarf watches on from the left of the picture.

Professor Alice P. Gast shakes the hand of a Medicine Graduate on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, while a spectator in a Niqab watches on from the left of the picture. Image copyright Thomas Angus / Imperial College LondonImage © Thomas Angus / Imperial College London  [Click Image to expand] (more…)

Image of the Week – Faculty shadow corridor

Faculty shadow corridor.

Simon Levey from the Grantham Institute takes a phone call while walking along a corridor of light outside the Faculty Building.
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Featured Image – Geology and the rule of thirds

When Geology and Geometry combine, the rule of thirds.

An undergraduate geologist from the Department of Earth Science and Engineering makes field notes on a field trip to the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.

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Featured Image – High Above Queens Tower

Above Campus.

Some images get used more than others and this set from a secret location high above the South Kensington Campus has certainly seen some action.

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Image of the Week – Pietro Spanu

Learning and Teaching.

Professor Pietro Spanu, teaching second year students of Applied Molecular Biology in the Department of Life Sciences.
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The Imperial Heroes Project

The Imperial Heroes project.

I am constantly surprised during my travels around the campuses by not only what is achieved within the walls of Imperial, but what the students (and staff) also manage to achieve outside of them.

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