Last Updated: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Student Sculpts a Future for Himself

Former student is making a fine job of creating a future for himself in the sculpting industry.

Cameron Lings (18) has recently left the College to start his career at Teeside University, to study a BA (Hons) in Fine Art.

The former Huntcliff School pupil impressed his tutors at the college so much that his final major piece of work has been displayed in the main entrance of the College. The stunning creation named ‘Impurity’ demonstrates an ironic twist upon the traditional theme of Steampunk and presents the theories behind innocent individuals being transformed into someone or something they are not.
Cameron’s tutor Heidi Craighill has spoken very highly of Cameron and said: “Cameron’s work is of a very high standard and his attendance was excellent. Cameron has taken a very responsible approach to his progression attaining three offers for degree courses from various universities.  Cameron is what I would describe as a model student!”

Throughout his course, Cameron completed work experience at the 20:21 Visual Arts Centre, developing his experience working in the creative industries. Recently, Cameron has had his work exhibited in a gallery in Sheffield.

Cameron said, “I was inspired by my tutors at North Lindsey to develop my skills in sculpture. North Lindsey helped me with my confidence to achieve a distinction in art and C grade in English.”