Mentoring for creatives

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Mike Anderson

Photography student
‘It’s great to get real world insight into the photography industry’ Find a mentor

Susan Davies

Photographer / mentor
‘I love working with students, they keep me from becoming complacent’ Become a mentor

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Be inspired by our world class mentors - Let's kick start your career

Our mentors help you to build on your existing knowledge and give you exposure to real world experience. Whether you have a passion for photography or graphic design, fine art or modern dance, a mentor can help you get industry ready.

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Find a mentor

Browse through our list of experienced mentors, you can search by location or discipline to find your perfect match. Alternatively, get your college or university involved. We can provide a team of mentors for you and your fellow students.
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Start a conversation

Whether it’s an email, a phone call or a chat over coffee, start a conversation with your mentor. The more you put in, the more you’ll get out.
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Work together

The most popular form of mentoring is to follow the academic year, guiding you through one year of your course. However, if you have a specific project you’d like help with then you can work with mentors on a more ad-hoc basis.

Become a mentor

We’re inspiring future generations of creatives and we’d love you to join us

As a mentor you’ll develop new skills and be in touch with raw creative talent. From photography to graphic design through to fine art and modern dance, you can help shape the future of your industry.

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Join us

You can mentor students on a one-to-one basis or by joining one of our mentoring teams. One-to-one mentoring gives you the opportunity to handpick your students, where as our mentoring teams are full of like-minded people who attend regular events at colleges and universities.
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Flexibility

We all have busy lives, that’s why we want the mentoring process to be as flexible as possible. Whether it’s a quick email, an in-depth phone call or a catch-up over coffee, it’s whatever works best for you.
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Commitment

It’s up to you. Our most popular form of mentoring is to follow the academic year, guiding one student through one year of their course. However, if you’d prefer to do things more ad-hoc then we’ll help you to find new challenges by mentoring on a project by project basis.

We need people like you

If you’re interested as a student or a mentor please get in touch