Griffith College final year photography student Tomasz Kornas, from Portlaoise, recently displayed images from his graduate photographic project entitled ‘Fashion Conscience’.
Tomasz displayed his work at the Griffith College Graduate Photography Exhibition as part of Griffith College Creative Week 2014.
Now in its sixth year, the Griffith College Creative Week featured a range of exhibitions showcasing the work of Griffith College students in the areas of interior design and architecture, fashion design, graduate photography, film, digital media and computing science.
A number of high profile guest speakers were present to launch Creative Week at the college including director of recent film The Stag, John Butler, photographer, Barry McCall and fashion journalist with the Sunday Independent Constance Harris.
On his website, Tomasz said that he was delighted to be part of the show.
“I have waited three years for this day to come. It was a long and exciting journey, however it is now nearly finished. Thank you for all the support from friends that I received for the past few years. It was a long college journey, full of stress and sleepless nights, however it is now on the finish line.”
Tomasz describes himself as an alternative wedding photographer, and his work can be viewed on his website, www.tomaszkornas.com.
For more information on the show, log on to www.gcd.ie/2014-creative-week.
The final year exhibition at the heart of Creative Week in Griffith College Dublin, features various work, from commercial, fashion to conceptual and fine art.