Lindsey Dryden (BA Media and Communications, 2003) attended the 40th Annual News and Documentary Emmy® Awards in New York City on 24 September 2019 with her film Trans In America: Texas Strong, which won the Outstanding Short Documentary category. The film premiered at South By Southwest (SXSW) 2019 and won a Webby Award and a Webby […]Read more "Goldsmiths graduate wins Emmy Award for Short Documentary"
Sociology graduate Nazia Khatun was awarded Sportswoman of The Year Award at the Baton Awards 2018, which recognises and rewards best practice and success in the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community. Nazia has changed the lives of thousands of women since beginning her career as a boxer – now a trailblazer in the […]Read more "Graduate News: Nazia Khatun wins Sportswoman of the Year at the Baton Awards 2018"
The Strings Club, founded by Amy Cunningham (MMus Ethnomusicology, 2010) recently won in the category of ‘Scale Up Business of the Year’ at the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards. The Strings Club is a music education company for children age 4-11, which also has won ‘Business Entrepreneur’ at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. After completing her […]Read more "Alumna’s company wins at Small Business Awards"
The Female Voice @ BAFTA Los Angeles Julia Dos Santos (BA Media and Communications, 2016) was nominated to win one of four top prizes at the BAFTA Los Angeles Student Film Awards in the documentary category for “The Female Voice”. The documentary was made in collaboration with Minji Kim (BA Media and Communications, 2016) and Jeanette Lee […]Read more "Guest Post: The Female Voice"
Caroline von Eichhorn (MA Art and Politics, 2012) along with fellow writers Lu Yang and Christoph Behrens won the #hostwriterPrize 2015. Their story began when Caroline and Christoph travelled to China and contacted several colleagues on the ground via hostwriter, a network that connects journalists around the world. Lu Yang, based in Shanghai, replied immediately and over a […]Read more "Alumna wins #hostwriterPrize 2015"
Avril O’Neil (BA Design, 2010) and John Nussey of ONN Studio won the first round of Design Council Spark for Ding, a doorbell connected to your phone informing you when visitors are waiting at the door. Design Council Spark is a product innovation fund dedicated to uncovering the UK’s next great inventions. Design Council hosted a Spark showcase […]Read more "Alumna wins Design Council Spark"
Olivia Humphreys (MA Screen Documentary, 2010) won the 2015 ShortDocs Challenge for her radio story, What Makes a Good Marriage, at the Third Coast Festival in Chicago. What Makes a Good Marriage is a story about how her grandparents met. Now in their 90s and married for nearly 70 years they offer their advice on […]Read more "Alumna wins 2015 ShortDocs Challenge"