Presentation

From artistic photography to commissioned work, via still-life, documentary, portrait or fashion, this programme is for students passionate about photography as a medium and wishing to sharpen their eye and refine their technique. Prospective, pragmatic and experimental, this Bachelor course is provided in the framework of the Visual Communication Department, which concurrently offers crossover courses and projects enabling students to acquire multidisciplinary skills (graphic design, interaction design, film).

Through courses and workshops provided by major photographers on the international scene, the students become seasoned in the various fields (editorial, documentary and artistic) of photography. Involvement in exhibitions, publications or assignments commissioned by institutions provides an actual immersion into the professional world. The students also benefit from a wide range of theoretical courses and conferences on the ECAL premises.

The skills and projects acquired throughout the curriculum serve to produce a portfolio to the highest technical and aesthetic standards of actual professional practice. Whether they intend to work on applied or self-assigned photography projects, but also in art direction or creating moving images, either self-employed or working for a company, students who train at ECAL have a wide range of opportunities to choose from when they complete their CV. If they so wish they may also pursue in their chosen discipline by doing the new Master Photography at ECAL or an equivalent programme in another institution.

Language

French

Qualification issued

Bachelor of Arts HES-SO in Visual Communication, major in Photography

Yearly fees (materials included)

CHF 1 925.-

Length

6 semesters

Credits

180 ECTS

Useful links

Admissions Contact

Equipments & infrastructures

Open space BA Visual Communication Digital Printshop Technology Center Photo Studio Editing/Scanning Room

Learning Objectives

First year
Workshop avec Thomas Albdorf
Atelier intervenant avec Philippe Jarrigeon
Cours vidéo avec Clément Lambelet

1/3

  • Acquire digital and analogue photographic techniques (shooting, lighting).
  • Understand the operation of an analogue laboratory (developing films and black & whiteprints).
  • Develop your skills with digital software (Photoshop, Capture One, etc.).
  • Produce and edit moving images (clip).
  • Practice applied and visual photography (still life, portrait, architecture, staging, etc.).
  • Immerse yourself in cross-disciplinary courses in Graphic Design, Media & Interaction Design (website), 3D Animation (Cinema 4D) and 2D Animation (After Effects, Premiere).
  • Acquire background knowledge via theory courses (History of Art, Photography, Film, Digital Culture, Industrial Design, Graphic Design, Contemporary Photography, Exhibitions and Publications).
  • Take part in weeks of workshops supervised by practitioners from all over the world with the aim of carrying out collective or personal projects.
Second year
Workshop avec TAIYO ONORATO & NICO KREBS
Workshop avec Thomas Albdorf
Collaboration avec IKAZ BOI sous la direction artistique de Nicolas Poillot

1/3

  • Experiment with different hanging and installation techniques.
  • Work with brands and institutions.
  • Develop an editorial project (magazine photography and social networks).
  • Carry out a documentary project throughout the year.
  • Broaden your horizons through practical cross-disciplinary courses within a sequence (videoclip or VR) or editing project (of your choice) in collaboration with Graphic Design and Media & Interaction Design students.
  • Broaden your theory vision thanks to preparatory courses for writing a dissertation
  • Enhance your knowledge through theory courses (Information and Communication, Global Visions).
  • Take part in weeks of workshops supervised by practitioners from all over the world with the aim of carrying out collective or personal projects.
Third year
Novembre X ECAL
Novembre X ECAL
"Walk with Pierre Hardy" sous la direction artistique de Philippe Jarrigeon

1/3

  • Produce a photography book.
  • Define your style and photographic directions.
  • Develop multimedia installations (projections, displays, sound systems).
  • Immerse yourself in cross-disciplinary courses to refine your collaborative skills in a transdisciplinary project (creation of a digital platform that includes Graphic Design, Media & Interaction Design and Photography).
  • Take part in weeks of workshops supervised by practitioners from all over the world with the aim of carrying out collective or personal projects.
  • Write a dissertation based on the knowledge acquired during the course.
  • Put into practice the know-how acquired in a graduation work and a portfolio, which will serve as a business card to integrate into the labour market quickly or continue your studies on an MA course.

Projects

This section contains a selection of emblematic or recent projects related to the disciplines taught in the Bachelor's degree.
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Semester projects

Accrochage Photographique

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Accrochage Photographique

Studio project with Laurence Bonvin

How can we move from the two-dimensionality of the image to the multi-dimensionality of the experience ? How can we introduce notions of space, volume, tactility and sensuality into images and the way they are presented ? If images can allow us to create new links with the world, how can we possibly move away from an essentially technically based vision, a perspectivist and anthropocentric vision ? How can we imagine and represent what a representation detached from our human point of view would be ? In our culture a separation has been established between culture and nature. This dichotomy has determined the way we see, understand and represent the world around us. How can we create images of the living, of "nature" that go beyond this distinction and this point of view ? Images that contribute to recreating a link with what is nonhuman: the plant, the mineral, the animal, the cosmic. What does an animal, a plant, an object, a tree, the earth feel and perceive ?

Essais photographique

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Essais photographique

Studio project with Matthieu Gafsou

The mere mention of the term animal already raises questions; the most general of all is the following: do we, as humans, belong to this kingdom, or have we become totally alien to it ? The aim here is not to answer such a question, but to understand that the divide between humans and non-humans is extremely strong in our society - the only one in human history that has forged such a boundary. Yet the animal is everywhere in our daily lives. There is the animal we eat, or refuse to eat, the one we domesticate, the one that lives in our - its? - environment, the one we hunt, the one we cage in zoos, the one we study, the one we protect, etc... There is now talk of the sixth mass extinction of biodiversity. This context, which is ours today, complicates our relationship with living beings and with animals in particular. We are forced to rethink our relationship with others and become aware that life is a complex network in which we do not have all the space. Moreover, recent scientific research has exploded the Cartesian theory of the animal-machine and demonstrated that we are not the only ones to have developed an interiority. During this year-long project, students were asked to produce a series that addresses one or more of the themes associated with the animal world, in the form of their choice but using reality as raw material.

Pratique photographique

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Pratique photographique

Studio project with Milo Keller

	 Photographie et arts plastiques

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Photographie et arts plastiques

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

Création cinématographique

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Création cinématographique

Studio project with Clément Lambelet

Pratique photographique

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Pratique photographique

Studio project with Milo Keller

Séquence photographique

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Séquence photographique

Studio project with Olivia Schenker

Accrochage Photographique

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Accrochage Photographique

Studio project with Clément Lambelet

Pratique Photographique

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Pratique Photographique

Studio project with Milo Keller

Atelier Photographique

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Atelier Photographique

Studio project with Kalev Erickson (AMC), Luce Lebart

Pratique Cinématographique

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Pratique Cinématographique

Studio project with Orsola Valenti

Pratique photographique

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Pratique photographique

Studio project with Natacha Lesueur

Workshops

Workshop Thierry Mugler

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Workshop Thierry Mugler

Workshop with Philippe Jarrigeon

Mugler’s heritage reinterpreted through the eyes of eighteen students of the 2nd year photography Bachelor course at the ECAL. A collaborative project led by the professor and acclaimed photographer Philippe Jarrigeon based on photographic and video works on 18 archive creations.

Improvisation is shit

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Improvisation is shit

Workshop with Melanie Bonajo

"Improvisation is shit" is a performance workshop introducing role-play and improvisation techniques led by Melanie Bonajo at ECAL. During the workshop the students are challenged to negotiate again what it means to be human by way of our relationship to technology and systems of control. The onset of the digital era and the steady increase in globalised secular values has led to sexuality as a sphere of daily life being more visible and more available than ever. Nevertheless, it seems as though people are losing the ability to make meaningful connections even in physically intimate circumstances. What does it say about our society that many people would rather meet and then ghost a hook up rather than pay someone for a conscious orgasm? And what does it say if Capitalism is making money off of our loneliness and incapacities to source our own intimacy?

Junk Museum

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Junk Museum

Workshop with Thomas Mailaender

Workshop Peter Knapp

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Workshop Peter Knapp

Workshop by 2 BAPH

Diploma projects

Gaïa Lamarre – Realness

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Gaïa Lamarre – Realness

Diploma project by Gaïa Lamarre

It’s in this world that I want to live, in this place where I don’t need to identify myself. Where I’m not afraid of being judged, where I’m not afraid of other people. Where I don’t feel fear, far from this binary model. That world is safe. It was built on the memories of those who, before me, also simply wanted to live their lives in an authentic way, without wondering if the next day would be their last. This fantasized metaphorical journey expresses my doubts and indecisions about increasingly conscious identity questions.

Valentin Woeffray – Doing God's Work with Other People's Money

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Valentin Woeffray – Doing God's Work with Other People's Money

Diploma project by Valentin Woeffray

We are being watched, either by the State or by tech companies managed or owned by a very few. With our money, in a system where they are the ones setting the rules, they watch us, making sure we behave how we are supposed to and spend the way they intend us to. The police State ensures that no grain of sand ends up in the gears, that we can still consume frantically in a way that will eventually lead to our demise. And when that happens, the same elite will leave for space and colonise new planets, without us. contact@valentinwoeffray.com https://valentinwoeffray.com

Yul Tomatala – Anfa

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Yul Tomatala – Anfa

Diploma project by Yul Tomatala

Through a series of reflections I considered Casablanca’s modern and colonial heritage from  an urban development perspective. Going beyond a purely documentary approach, I chose to look beyond the confines of the real world to turn towards a broader and more personal narrative. This territory, which European architects once regarded as their fantasy laboratory, becomes a space for exploration and questioning. Between modern utopia and postmodern deconstruction, these images depict the innocence and  exuberance of a  turbulent era in the collective memory.

Emeline Courcier – Under the Ashes of the Mekong

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Emeline Courcier – Under the Ashes of the Mekong

Diploma project by Emeline Courcier

Mention Excellent / Prix Elinchrom. Under the Ashes of the Mekong is a film that questions the coexistence of opposed traditions and cultures, life and death, and the confrontation between history and individual stories. Against the backdrop of the health crisis and anti-Asian racism, family ties are revealed through conversations questioning my place as a Viet Kieu daughter and my lineage. Through our beliefs in reincarnation, I project myself onto a familiar yet foreign figure: my mother’s cousin, who drowned in the Mekong, creating a link between past and present, war and peace, words and silence. It is through traumatic memory and psychological heritage that the after-effects of a war from which my family escaped reach me, taking precedence in my dreams and my mind.

Vincent Levrat – Galbanum

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Vincent Levrat – Galbanum

Diploma project by Vincent Levrat

Through their emptiness and lack of function, wastelands are impervious to the social norm. In that sense, they can be considered as spaces of freedom, in which imagination can be expressed completely freely. I therefore occupied a wasteland, in order to make it my kingdom, a space of endless possibilities. It became a playground, in which I celebrated physical experimentation, craftsmanship and materiality, and escaped from the virtual and technological world. Worthless materials found on site were conducive to creative activity, once they had been triggered by the virtue of infantile naivety.

Olivia Schenker – Reply to your ad

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Olivia Schenker – Reply to your ad

Diploma project by Olivia Schenker

Fetishism has long been trapped in the shackles of sexual deviance, and these minorities would still rather keep silent about their paraphilia. Internet then became the shelter for a secret but surprisingly wide community. For one year, I posted several classified ads offering to anonymously photograph anyone who wanted their secret fantasy to be captured. This collaborative project explores various unconfessed fetishes, in which the camera becomes the object of desire between two strangers.

Yasmina Gonin – Roma Invicta

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Yasmina Gonin – Roma Invicta

Diploma project by Yasmina Gonin

In Roma Invicta, I explored the vestiges of Mussolini's Rome. The monumentality behind the fascist ideology, or rather its architectural expression, fascinates me. Is it possible to appreciate this landscape by putting aside its political context? Should we restore these creations, update them, censor them or destroy them?

Maxime Guyon – Technological Exaptation

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Maxime Guyon – Technological Exaptation

Diploma project by Maxime Guyon

This project deals on the technological evolution at its large sense. Replicating the hyper-commercialization aesthetic codes, this series dissects standardized commodities and high technologies which are here listed as full species. Some of the images are intentionally manipulated, which finally witness the hybridizations that the photographic medium as well as technology undergo. This work helped me to go further in my researches on the role of a photographer nowadays while we currently experience a significant rise of post-internet art.

benoit jeannet – A Geological Index of the Landscape

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benoit jeannet – A Geological Index of the Landscape

Diploma project by benoit jeannet

A Geological Index of the Landscape covers the invention of landscape and its genesis through representation. This work is inspired by the frenetic human need to want to down scale the world to make it one’s own. The project is built around the permanent human conflict between the emotional and rationalism. Fascination with the world’s mysteries and geological shapes confronts the man’s absurd and obsessive need to put the extraordinary into boxes.

Gohan Keller – A Travers les Autres

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Gohan Keller – A Travers les Autres

Diploma project by Gohan Keller

My research “A Travers les Autres” focuses on my identity from the outside. In the form of a collaborative self-portrait, I examine the hybrid, manifold and fluid nature of identity. Through the words of my loved ones, I explore various representations and perceptions of my persona in order to better understand and redefine myself. This diversity of points of view also addresses the duality between subjectivity and objectivity in any attempt at definition.

Collaborations

Carhartt WIP x ECAL

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Carhartt WIP x ECAL

Collaboration with Nicolas Poillot, Matthieu Croizier

Workshop Mode Suisse

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Workshop Mode Suisse

Collaboration with Noir Associates, Peter Puklus

lt is with great pleasure that we are presenting a selection of works by students of the Bachelor's degree courses in Photography and Graphic Design, curated by photographer Peter Puklus for Mode Suisse Edition 15. The workshop initiated by Noir Associates and carried out in November 2018, aim to produce the current Mode Suisse campaign through a interdisciplinary business-oriented youth promotion collaboration. The outcome of this workshop was so convincing that the means of communication for both Mode Suisse editions in 2019 will be implemented in cooperation with the ECAL students, beginning with work from Raphaèle Rey, Hugo Plagnard and Théo Barraud. The beginning of this fledgling collaboration is marked by the students' smart approach to meeting the needs of MADE VISIBLE, whose partnership with Mode Suisse is a way of making creativity visible in unexpected ways. Work has already started on the collaboration highlights to be shown at the end of summer 2019, at Mode Suisse Edition 16. Main partners: Engagement Migros, The Zurich Silk Association ZSIG, the Hulda and Gustav Zumsteg Foundation and The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia

Les acteurs de la vigne, exposition d'Elisa Ribeiro

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Les acteurs de la vigne, exposition d'Elisa Ribeiro

Collaboration with Jonas Marguet

Credo

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Credo

Collaboration with Matthieu Gafsou

From September 20 to November 11, 2018 Opening: September 19 at 18h Between 2017 and 2018, a team of sociologists from the CIC identified, located and documented the 800 or so religious and spiritual communities established in this territory. A class of Bachelor Photography, under the direction of professor and photographer Matthieu Gafsou, traveled through the Canton to meet around twenty of them. Their work gives for the first time an overview of the diversity of beliefs in the region. Schedule Lu, ma: closed Me-ve: 12h to 18h Sa-di: 11h to 17h Price: 6.- (reduced: 4.-) Children (under 16): free Nuit des musées Sept 22 from 2pm to 2am Espace Arlaud Pl. de la Riponne 2bis 1005 Lausanne

Experience Sébeillon

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Experience Sébeillon

Collaboration with Philippe Jarrigeon

ECAL at Festival Images Vevey

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ECAL at Festival Images Vevey

Collaboration by 1CVph, Florian Amoser, Marvin Leuvrey

From 10 September to 2 October 2016, Festival Images Vevey will once again transform the little town of Vevey into the Swiss capital of photography. Visitors will get to discover  75 projects  based on the theme of ‘immersion. Besides the numerous graduates, ECAL offers various installations: ----- ECAL/Florian Amoser –  Quai Maria Belgia Quantified Landscape introduces an ongoing research project on the photographic transposition of space on a flat surface. Deep in the heart of underground galleries, Florian Amoser maps out the relief by placing a motor-mounted laser on the ground. The light beam slowly sweeps the walls of the cave, thereby drawing a continuous line according to the principle of contour lines. These long exposures create black and white landscapes that refer as much to analogue practice as to the digital finish of 3D modelling. These pictures are exhibited on display panels facing Lake Geneva. Original scenography by Festival Images Vevey ----- ECAL/Marvin Leuvrey – Quai Maria Belgia Revelations offers a fantasy-like narrative by immersing into Lake Geneva images of fragmented bathers. Leuvrey combines photography with visual research by applying soil, sand and trash collected from the lakeside onto the negatives and trying out various experiments with acetone, paint and oil. He also integrates water into his work by using the lake as a developing bath. By inviting visitors to tread on the images exhibited on platforms along the waterfront, the installation which starts off on Quai Maria Belgia prolongs the experimental process that Leuvrey uses on his photographs. Original scenography by Festival Images Vevey and Bachelor Industrial Design students (Margaux De Giovannini, Maki Nakaya-Sommet, Mélanie Zufferey). ----- ECAL PhotoJukeBox – La Ferblanterie Photography and music have much closer ties than we might think. Many musicians have paid tribute in one form or another to this mode of artistic expression, including Paul Simon (Kodachrome), Neil Young (Distant Camera), Lady Gaga (Paparazzi), Kraftwerk (Das Model), Barbara (Si la photo est bonne), Eddy Mitchell (La photo des jours heureux), Duran Duran (Girls on Film), The Cure (Pictures of You), Depeche Mode (Photographic) and Ringo Starr (Photograph). Festival Images has invited some thirty first-year Bachelor Photography students from ECAL to produce in one day a video clip for a song. The result is presented in the form of a jukebox that enables festivalgoers to select and listen to a tune by their favourite artist while enjoying a tailor-made video clip. A production by Festival Images Vevey and ECAL . Curating: Stefano Stoll, Milo Keller ----- ECAL Scenography Bachelor of Industrial Design students worked on orginal scenography to present the projects of the various artists. ----- Festival Images Vevey Information Dates: 10 September – 2 October 2016 Free entrance Opening: Saturday 10 September Opening hours for indoor exhibitions: Every day, 11:00-19:00 Festival Images is an outdoor photography festival, which encourages you to walk around the city to discover installations on walls, in streets and in parks.

Exhibition "Hybridations"

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Exhibition "Hybridations"

Collaboration by 3CVPH

In response to the invitation of the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne, whose winter programm reflects the special relationship and dynamic between theater and cinema, students of the 3rd year Bachelor of Photography worked on relations, features, interference and recurrent issues that run through these three display modes: theater, film and photography. This exhibition features a selection of works in the form of a set of arts hybridizations which was initiated in the course of the artist and photographer Natacha Lesueur. Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne Avenue Jaques-Dalcroze 5 1007 Lausanne +41 (0)21 619 45 44 www.vidy.ch

BMW

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BMW

Collaboration by 2 BAPH

Exhibition "Survival Camp" in Paris Photo

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Exhibition "Survival Camp" in Paris Photo

Collaboration by 3CVPH

The artist and the students spent a full week in complete isolation in a forest of the Wild West of Lausanne. Once over the shock of the lack of usual comforts such as running water, electricity or heating, the young photographers embraced this new lifestyle which fuelled their imagination, leading them to produce a huge number of images. Cooking over a wood fire, sleeping under the stars, hunting and fishing became ​​their everyday life and an enabling environment for visual experiments. The responses were varied, from still images to moving images, with some directly depicting contemporary delirious camping, while others flirt with historical reminiscences of the camps of the Great War. But one thing all works have in common is an offbeat sense of humour. During Paris Photo, the outcome is presented as an installation in an unusual place in an urban setting, Les Voûtes. After the one-week workshop in Switzerland all students worked with Thomas Mailaender on the design and set-up of the exhibition. The installation was a week of full immersion for the students, as they lived in the exhibition while setting it up. The images are displayed in a raw environment, a sort of village or makeshift camp. All this allowed them to go beyond the process of taking shots to tackle the issue of the production and exhibition of these images to the public. The exhibition is accompanied by a duotone catalogue-newspaper produced by the students and printed at ECAL.

Program

This section lists the detailed modules and courses for each semester of the programme.

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6

Photographic and cinematographic practice I
10 ECTS
  • Photographic Practice
  • Photography/Art Project
  • Film Creation
Project Week I
4 ECTS
  • Technology I
  • Technology II
Transversal Skills I
10 ECTS
  • Graphic design

  • Photography
  • Interaction Design
  • 2D / 3D Sequence
Theory I
6 ECTS
  • History of Art (opt.)
  • History of Photography (opt.)
  • History of Cinema (opt.)
  • History of Video Games
  • Contemporary Photography, Exhibitions and Publications
Photographic and cinematographic practice II
10 ECTS
  • Photographic Practice
  • Photography/Art Project
  • Film Creation
Project Week II
4 ECTS
  • Technology III
  • Collaboration I
Transversal Skills II
10 ECTS
  • Graphic design

  • Photography
  • Interaction Design
  • 2D / 3D Sequence
Theory II
6 ECTS
  • History of Art (opt.)
  • History of Photography (opt.)
  • History of Cinema (opt.)
  • History of Video Games
  • Contemporary Photography, Exhibitions and Publications
Photography practice and technologies I
6 ECTS
  • Photographic Practice
  • Lecturer's Workshop
Photography Projects I
12 ECTS
  • Documentary Photography I
  • Cine-photography I
  • Photographic Exhibitions I

Transversal Skills III
6 ECTS
  • VR Sequence

  • Book Design 
Theory III
6 ECTS
  • Information & Communication
  • Global Visions
  • History of Photography
Photography practice and technologies II
6 ECTS
  • Photographic Practice

  • Lecturer's Workshop
Photography Projects II
12 ECTS
  • Documentary Photography II
  • Cine-photography II
  • Photographic Exhibitions II

Transversal Skills IV
6 ECTS
  • Clip Sequence

  • Magazine Design

Theory IV
6 ECTS
  • Information & Communication
  • Global Visions
  • History of Photography
  • Introduction to the Thesis
Photography practices
9 ECTS
  • Photobooks
  • Photographic Project
Photography Projects III
9 ECTS
  • Photographic Creation
  • Photographic Installation
Transversal Skills V
6 ECTS
  • Digital Editorial Design
Theory V
6 ECTS
  • Thesis
Diploma Studio
6 ECTS
Theory VI
6 ECTS
Diploma Jury
18 ECTS
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Alumni

Philippe Fragnière
Maxime Guyon
Charlotte Krieger
Calypso Mahieu
Douglas Mandry
Charles Negre
Jean-Vincent Simonet
Anja Schori
Career Opportunities

Photographer of architecture, design, fashion or still life, Documentary photographer, Photo artist, Art director, Photo editor, Director of photography, Teacher…

Other alumni

(BA and MA Photography) Anoush Abrar, Philippe Fragnière, Erwan Frotin, Yann Gross, Nicolas Haeni, Raphael Hefti, Philippe Jarrigeon, Florian Joye, Matthieu Lavanchy, Milo Keller, Namsa Leuba, Catherine Leutenegger, David Luraschi, Romain Mader, Jonas Marguet, Adrien Missika, Cyril Porchet, Laurence Rasti, Maya Rochat, Reto Schmid, Sebastian Stadler, Joël Tettamanti, Manon Wertenbroek…

Staff

Heads of department

Visual Communication Department
Vincent Jacquier

Bachelor Photography
Milo Keller

Coordination

Artistic assistant
Calypso Mahieu

Assistants
Angèle Marignac-Serra
Lisa Mazenauer
Antoine Martin

Technology Center
Matthieu Minguet

Professors

Anoush Abrar
Laurence Bonvin
Milo Keller
Natacha Lesueur
Marco Poloni
Joël Vacheron

Multidisciplinary fields professors

Tonatiuh Ambrosetti
Antonio Albanese
Angelo Benedetto
Claus Gunti
Vincent Jacquier
Violène Pont
Pauline Saglio
Anouk Schneider

Lecturers

Sébastien Agnetti
Estelle Blaschke
Sami Benhadj
Mélanie Boissonneau
Giliane Cachin
Matthieu Charon (RVB Books)
Angelo Cirimele
Mehdi Derfoufi
Pierre Doze
Rémi Faucheux (RVB Books)
Matthieu Gafsou
Laurent Guido
Nathalie Herschdorfer
Robert Huber
Philippe Jarrigeon
Clément Lambelet
Xavier Lavorel
Calypso Mahieu
Benjamin Muzzin
Laurence Salmon
Anja Schori
Lionel Tardy
Chi-­Long Trieu
Orsola Valenti

Visiting lecturers

Viktoria Binschtok
Lucas Blalock
Melanie Bonajo
Olaf Breuning
Stefan Burger
Renate Buser
Antony Cairns
Pierre Debusschere
Ruth Erdt
Julien Gallico
Noémie Goudal
Yann Gross
Pieter Hugo
Ina Jang
Erik Kessels
Peter Knapp
Nico Krebs (Tonk)
Anouk Kruithof
Thomas Mailaender
Mazaccio &  Drowilal
Théo Mercier
Taiyo Onorato (Tonk)
Christian Patterson
Harri Peccinotti
Antje Peters
Walter Pfeiffer
Nicolas Poillot (Études)
Peter Puklus
Augustin Rebetez
Maya Rochat
Paolo Roversi
Daniel Sannwald
Joachim Schmid
Jürgen Teller
Thomas Traum
Lukas Wassmann
Mirjam Wirz
Francesco Zanot