Jade did her FDA at London College of Communication and later graduated with a BA in Graphic Design from London Metropolitan University in 2011. Determined to succeed, she volunteered as a photographer for African Fashion Week London 2011. This determination, coupled with her enthusiasm and talented photography skills, opened doors – her photography work was shown on the BBC news site under ‘Africa Fashion Week London 2012’ and in a variety of magazines and newspaper including Pride, Black Beauty, Afro Hair, The Voice and The Harrow Observer. After she went on to be involved in London Fashion Week 2012, Britain and Ireland’s next Top model 2011, BEFFTA Awards 2012, The Calo Festival 2011, Top Model of Colour and Fashion Finest 2011/2012.
Jade has over four years experience within the creative industry. Other Companies she have worked with include Harrow Council, Rich Mix, Arcadia Group Limited (Dorothy Perkins), Rivington Exhibition (Iniva), Goconvergence in Florida, Orlando and many more. Her work has been exhibited at venues such as the 198 Gallery, the University of the Arts’ London Gallery and The View Tube.
Jade's work was displayed as a ‘not to be missed’ exhibition titled ‘London 2012 Olympics – I was there’ took place from Tuesday 16th October to Friday 2nd November 2012 at London Metropolitan University, at the Commercial road Campus in Adlgate East. Her photographs celebrated the final of Mo Farrah in the 1500m race, the men’s relay with Usain Bolt and featured many more winners. Her work also celebrated the world coming together to watch the games in London.
Jade will attend the following fashion events:
-Fashion Finest Awards on Saturday 10th November 2012
-Top Model of Colour on Saturday 1st December 2012
-Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model on Saturday 8th December 2012
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Summer Shows 2012
Join us to celebrate creativity and spot the stars of the future this summer. Eclectic exhibitions of art, design, fashion, communication and performance are taking place at sites across London from April to September and are free to attend.More information