HudGDA
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA Huddersfield University Graphic Design and Animation workshop photo
HudGDA is a repository and record of activity from the University of Huddersfield's Graphic Design and Animation programmes. Began in 2015, the repository focuses on the multi faceted processes and micro-methodologies in their intermediary states, providing an intimate lens into the course, revealing the texture of process(es), and capturing transient moments of interest. All of the work here is student's created as part of my workshop programme, which focuses on process, type and image, in a non-digital environment.