Arleen Skyba, 17, took first place in the contest with a series of creative and insightful pictures focusing on some of the intricate details of the campus.
Arleen is a Level 3 photography student who lives in Neasden and aims to become a professional photographer when she leaves college.
Focusing on the stairs and balconies, the images impressed the judges who awarded her first prize following stiff competition from other students.
As per the brief of the competition, she accompanied her images with an account of what her experience at the college has been like so far.
The talented young snapper was presented with Amazon vouchers for her entry and the pictures have been praised by staff and students at the college.
Arleen’s pictures have been displayed alongside the entries submitted by the other students who took part in the competition.
City of Westminster College, and the whole United Colleges Group, sends its congratulations to Arleen and to the other studies who took part for the creativity, insight, and vision they have shown throughout the contest.
Competition winner Arleen Skyba said:
“I was thrilled to win the competition. I worked really hard on my photographs and I’m very happy with them. I’d like to thank everyone involved in the contest, there were some great entries and all the contestants should be very proud of ourselves.”
Stephen Davis, Group Principal and CEO of the United Colleges Group, said:
“Arleen has done a brilliant job at capturing the great architecture that we are so fortunate to have at City of Westminster College. Her entry, in tandem with her written essay, are well-deserved winners of this contest. I want to congratulate her, and everyone else in the competition, for making it such a success.”