Tarporley Sixth Former wins Photography Prize

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It is with great pride that we can announce that Year 13 Tarporley Photography student Amber North is now officially an exhibiting photographer.

Amber's photography, which centres on a personal project exploring perceptions of the self and the female identity, has been chosen from a plethora of entries across the county as the winner of the Mid Cheshire College photography competition. As a result of her success, Amber has now been invited to take part in a photo shoot — the sky is the limit for this budding photographer.

Head of Art Mr Bowland said; "Amber's attitude towards her photography this year has been exemplary. Her contemporary and creative ideas combined with a mature work ethic has seen Amber flourish and this award confirms what a fantastic individual she is."

Amber's photograph will be on show at Mid Cheshire College's exhibition with the private viewing taking place on June 23rd 6pm-8pm.
Further to thi, Amber's photography, alongside a range of wonderful work from Year 7 to Year 13, will be on display at Tarporley High School on July 8th- 9th from 6:30pm for our end of year summer showcase.

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