Students' War-Zone Images on Show
Byline: By KAREN PRICE Western Mail
They have not yet graduated but documentary photography students from the University of Wales, Newport, are about to make their mark in London. Work by Anastasia Taylor- Lind, Helen Rimell and Jason Moore, will be exhibited at the club founded by reporters and photojournalists who make their living reporting from the world's war zones.
The trio, who graduate in September, have all taken photos in Middle East hotspots as part of their course. It will now be included in an exhibition at the Frontline Club in London.
Anastasia, 23, is already building a reputation for the photos she has taken documenting the lives of women soldiers in northern Iraq.
She recently returned from Vietnam where she had been selected to represent the UK in a masterclass organised by World Press Photo, a leading international press photography organisation.
Helen is also proving herself a proficient photojournalist. The Frontline exhibition will feature her project, A Voice for the Voiceless, a Face for the Faceless, taken in and around Kabul where she spent 10 weeks taking more than 1,500 photographs chronicling life after the Taleban. …