Students go on location at Colyton tram station

PUBLISHED: 08:35 23 November 2010

The Axe Factor at Colyton Tram Station. Photography students from Fusion Waterside Studios took over the tram station on Sunday 21st November and transformed it in to a 70's themed photo shoot. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhv 6730-47-10AW

The Axe Factor at Colyton Tram Station. Photography students from Fusion Waterside Studios took over the tram station on Sunday 21st November and transformed it in to a 70's themed photo shoot. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhv 6730-47-10AW

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Seaton tram gets a ‘70s makeover

BUDDING make-up artists commandeered a Seaton tram for a special photo shoot at the weekend.

The students from North Hertforshire College are staying in the area to compile a photographic portfolio of their work.

The visit to East Devon was partly funded by the college and partly by Fusion Waterside Studios – a group of professional film makers, photographers and stylists.

Boss Pete Sheppard said the Axe Valley and Jurassic Coast provided a brilliant backdrop of changing scenery for their work.

“We have been coming here for ten years - it is great to get the youngsters out of the classroom and give them an insight into the industry,” he said.

The students, who are staying at the YHA in Beer, used their make-up skills to transform the tram into a 70s themed location.


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