A Lancaster graduate has produced a video which gives a glimpse into the artistic ventures of Lancaster’s talented Fine Art students.
Keyhole Visuals is a creative film production company which Emily Johnson helped to start up in 2014, after graduating with a degree in English and Creative Writing.
Since then the team have worked with a number of companies, such as Guardian Wealth Management and the Racing and Leisure Group to produce stunning visuals for their campaigns.
Their list of clients now includes the Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA), which the team were delighted to promote.
Emily said: “As a Lancaster University graduate it was so wonderful to return to where I spent three years studying – this time to create an advert for LICA’s upcoming degree show!
“I have always been interested in the creative arts, especially storytelling and script writing, and it’s great to be applying what I learnt during my degree in my work now.
“Keyhole Visuals is doing really well and for a start-up business our first year has been a huge success – we’ve travelled to Dubai to film and produce a recruitment video for Guardian Wealth Management, and we have also been producing TV adverts for Doncaster Racecourse, which will be aired on ITV over the next few weeks.”
The video shows LICA’s final-year Fine Arts students carefully crafting their work, which will appear in Unearthed, this year’s Fine Art degree show.
LICA has been ranked among the top 100 art schools in the world by the QS World University Rankings, alongside other British art schools such as Oxford University’s The Ruskin and the Royal College of Art.
Unearthed centres around the theme of emergence and discovery, and is open to the public between 16 and 24 June at Lancaster University.