Elephant Studios at LSBU represents a multi-million investment by the University to create an industry-ready media facility that will ensure graduates have the best possible experience and employment outcomes in a fast changing digital media landscape.
This includes Arri Cameras, Dolby Atmos Surround Sound studios and cinemas, grading suites, innovative news room and games design centre, digital design suites, and industry-ready film and photographic studios. Read the technical specifications for each studio.
Borrow from our Kit Room
The Kit Room offers students a range of contemporary equipment you can borrow to complete production work. It offers an extensive range of equipment fully updated to industry specifications.
Our Technical Demonstration team has extensive knowledge of a range of hardware and software. They support all practice-based modules and are relied on to manage the installation and maintenance of all our computers, hardware, software and AV equipment. They are on hand to help students get the most out of the equipment we offer.
Students' creative work
Graduate Lisa Drew has enhanced her photography skills by working with South Bank Collective and utilising the facilities in Elephant Studios at LSBU.
Arturas Bondarciukas has found that studying photography at LSBU, with access to the facilities of Elephant Studios, has given him the necessary skills and experience to succeed as a professional photographer.
LSBU and the facilities in Elephant Studios have helped one ambitious young presenter, Natalie Da Silva, take the first steps to stardom she always dreamed of.
Our studio complex with high-specification production facilities is helping LSBU’s multimedia students, like Louis Facey, keep one step ahead of the film-making crowd.
in.Flux - Photography Degree Show
Graduating students exhibit work across a variety of media that address the spectrum of possibilities within contemporary photographic practice. in.Flux explores the themes of society, social media, new technologies, as well as personal and political conflicts.
Journalism.London is about expression for young journalists training at the University working across video, audio and written news and features. It's a platform to publish content from multimedia reports to photographic reviews. Journalism.London is fully engaged in social media and live streaming, making sure that where ever you are, we are.
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