InCam is the first magazine published by the Photography Department at the Cambridge School of Art,Anglia Ruskin University,UK. Fifty one photography students and one graphic design student worked for five days to create this online magazine to tight deadlines. Everything you see in this magazine is shot, edited and laid out by the students themselves. The magazine enhanced the community spirit in the department and brought together first, second and third year students. They learnt about each otherâ€™s practice and came up with ideas that explored the diversity of approach to photography nurtured within the department. Students learned transferable skills, organisation, team building and working to deadlines. All of them are now better equipped to face new challenges during their studies and beyond. The project week was fun, creative and highlighted the international flair of Cambridge School of Art, as well as the city surrounding it. We wish this magazine success, Course Leader Kerstin Hacker
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FAĂ‡ADES Alex Dickens Isobel McTear Josh Mur fitt Will Bailey
Alison Bonner, Trevor Hails, Vicky Learmouth & Bronwen Posner
â€œRestaurants were being driven under by a combination of customers spending less and increasing overheads such as labourâ€? John Hart, The Guardian.
The UK as a whole has been suffering from the economic downturn; a major area that has suffered from this recession is the restaurant and food sector. Edward Ashwood Siobhan Hall Roisin Inns Steve McCann
â€œfor the first time ever, we see the rate of closures exceeding the rate of openingâ€? The Telegraph
MUSICIANS OF CAMBRIDGE
Carina Elizabeth Hassell CJL Laura Nundy Kelsey Evans Danielle Goodman Roman Bichsel
Name: Alex Lundberg Age: 20 Instrument: Acoustic Guitar/ Vocals
â€œInspiration waits for no oneâ€?
Name: Chris Lamontagne Age: 20 Role: Rapper
Name: Jack Washer Age: 19 Role: Producer
Name: Chris Smith Age: 20 Role: Saxophone Player
‘Don’t Tell Me’ is Alex Lundbung’s up and coming single featuring Chris Lamontagne, Chris Smith, Dauda Ladejobi and Jack Washer.
ALTERNATIVE LIVING Hartford Marina
An early mor ning in Buckde n Mar ina , w ith a talkative s alesman introduc ing u s to life on the wate r.
Ben Griggs Charlotte Norman Elliot Ford Anta Mainule
A mothe r and s on who e nj oy barbec ues on the ir hou s eboat roof te r race in the summe r.
A f r ie ndly welcome f rom cat love rs Pat and Bur t Tann , a couple who ha s lived on a hou s eboat in Har tford Mar ina for six years.
Having taken inspiration from the work of John Clang, we used a similar technique of ripping photographs to show how culturally diverse and interconnected Cambridge is. It is interesting to see how despite cultural differences we all convene in the same places.
Sweet Potato, Chilli, & Choizo Soup Gareth Iain Christopher
Leek & Potato Soup Elizabeth Sheppard
Pumpkin Soup Wil Symons
Spicy Lentil Soup Jaimie Warren
Brocolli & Stilton Matthew Rumble
â€˜The Orchard - a corner of England where time s t a n d s s t i l l a s t h e o u t s i d e w o r l d r u s h e s b y .â€™ Located in the charming, quintessentially British village of Grantchester, The Orchard is a popular retreat for Cambridge University students, professors and tourists, as well as locals. Since opening in 1897 many famous names (Stephen Hawking, Sylvia Plath, Prince Charles and E. M. Forster) are among its great list of visitors. The Orchard originally opened when a group of students from the University began visiting the house for tea on the morning of their May Ball. They later requested the landlady, Mrs. Stevenson, whether they could take their usual tea into the orchard rather than onto the front lawn, where they would usually congregate. This soon became the regular custom for tea. Adam Catling Rosie Field Richard Tooley Carla Hendriks
â€˜Stands the church clock at ten to three? And is there honey still for tea?â€™
The Old Vicarage, Grantchester - Rupert Brooke
To increase their income, the Stevensons took in lodgers. In 1909 Rupert Brooke, graduate of Kingâ€™s College, took residence at The Orchard. He attracted a lot of visitors and interest in The Orchard.
THE WORLD IN PASSING Codie Butcher Louise Addison Steff Gros Peter Smith
With a history of such wealth and education, is Cambridge as charitable as it could be? In a place where street vendors meet one’s eye on every opportunity, a place where people come from all over the country in the hope that Cambridge has enough change in its pockets to get them through the day, are we giving enough money to those who are in need? For all fashion-driven people, charity stores are the way to do your part. Marching around shops from Cancer Research UK to Oxfam, we created a series of images to show that second-hand and ‘cheaper-than-retail’ is nothing to be sniffed at. Your mission is to find the exotic, the quirky, the beautiful and the original. Charlotte Anne McCooey Harriet Storey Libby Fletcher Vicky Young
CHARITY SHOP FASHION
Holly Pines, Heather Zlayji, Reece Porter, Saffron Smith & May Simpson
TRADITIONAL DRESS Suzanne Farley Bianca Petrila Charlotte Kearley Faith Cooper
Clothing: Shalawar Kameez
Clothing: Jubba â€“ Omani Style Clothing: Anarkali
Stephen Allwright, Danielle Shepherd, Gracie Gilbert, Diana Kuderina & Georgia Farmer
Africa Albania Asia Australia Bangladesh Bulgaria Barbados Benin Canada China Czech Republic Denmark Dubai England Finland France Gambia Germany Greece Holland Hungary India Iran Ireland Italy Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Lebanon Liberia
Mexico Morocco New Zealand Nigeria North Korea Oman Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Russia Saudi Arabia Scotland Siberia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Switzerland Thailand Vietnam Wales Zimbabwe
Thank You to Jonathan Harris, whose layout skills saved the day Thank you to Loren McCarthy