This should describe your abilities in design and presentation. It should include representative samples of drawings, model-making and any other work-up material at investigative or exploratory stages of the design process, as well as presentation of finished pieces. It should also contain samples of any written work, technical studies or additional work carried out in conjunction with the design projects. The portfolio should show the range and variety of skills and experience but should emphasise your knowledge of the subject for which you are applying.
Please note: Digital extracts of sketchbooks and notebooks should be included (if invited for interview, you should bring sketchbooks with you).
Physical /actual objects should be represented by photographs and can be brought to interview should you be selected.
Working drawings and photographs of finished work should be dated and have attached a brief written explanation.
All work submitted should be correctly titled and clearly marked with your name.
Joint project work or collaborative projects must be clearly described as such. You must indicate clearly the exact role that you played in the creation of the work submitted.
Where it can be shown that you have submitted work that is not your own, as if it was your own, or it transpires that the level of your involvement in joint work has been seriously exaggerated, or where false statements have been made on an application form or other document considered by an admissions board, you may be disqualified.
You can upload up to 20 projects, each of which can be either: A final image or video and up to 6 supporting images.
A web site with URL and up to 6 supporting images.
Create your web or image/movie Projects first: these will show as a list that you can sort. Then upload the supporting images using the ‘upload…’ link below each Project on the list. You can also view, edit and delete any Project at any time. Images must be in JPG or PNG format (2MB Max, 1024×768 pixels or greater) or videos in MOV, MP4 or M4V (80MB Max) format. Any other video formats should be uploaded to a video hosting site such as Vimeo, and the link added here.
3.Artist’s Statement Please write an overall statement about the work you are submitting.