Coinciding with Greenwich Portraits, the exhibition focusses on four recent graduates working in the creative industries that impact on our environment and community.

The Exhibition will be open to the public from 21 February – 15 March. This year's featured graduates are:

John Joseph Watters – Graduated 2015, MA in Landscape Architecture

Working at Tower Hamlets-based practice Kinnear Landscape Architects (KLA), Joseph's work ranges from green infrastructure strategies to the design of small urban spaces. His MA project was featured in the 2018 International Landscape Architecture Biennial.

John Joseph Watters

Grace Diggens – Graduated 2013, BA in Digital Animation

Currently technical producer at Fake Love, the New York Times' digital agency, Grace has also worked in production at the Oscar-winning visual effects house. Whilst there she managed the development of projects ranging from device-based apps to large scale digital signage. Her work has been displayed all over the world, from Tokyo to Times Square.

Grace Diggens

Marilia Lezou – Graduated 2018, MA in Architecture

Winner of RIBA's prestigious 2018 Serjeant Awards for Excellence in Drawing, Marilia is also co-founder of OWMI Studio, a design studio that focusses on a range of architectural, digital, conceptual and artistic projects and seeks to implement playful and experimental aspects to designs.Marilia Lezou

Rhiannon Ashley – Graduated 2015, BA in Media and Communications

Rhiannon works for environmental charity Hubbub, running playful and innovative behaviour change campaigns designed to engage with a mainstream audience. She'll be exhibiting stills from two campaigns she has recently worked on, one tackling fly tipping and one designed to help stem the flow of litter into the Thames.

Rhiannon Ashely