A photography student from Middlesex University will see her work shown at a Channel 4 photography exhibition.

Aleksandra Wojcik’s work will be displayed at Channel 4’s New Sensation photography exhibition which is run by the Saatchi Gallery.

The Polish student, 28, who recently graduated, beat more than 800 other photographers to be selected for the exhibition.

She impressed the panel of judges, which included the arts commissioning editor of The Times and the director of the Saatchi Gallery, with three photos of the River Thames.

The exhibition will take place at the Bloomsbury gallery from October 9 until October 15.

Ms Wojcik said: “The River Song is based on my experience of the English landscape and I look forward to sharing that with other at the exhibition. 

“However, for me this is just the beginning. 

“Being selected just motivates me to continue producing more work and documenting my experiences through my photographs.”  

Channel 4’s New Sensations, which looks to identify the most talented artists graduating in the UK and Ireland, opens up many opportunities to up and coming artists including having their work sold, taken on by galleries and being invited to be exhibited in the UK and internationally.

Ms Wojcik plans to continue pursuing her passion for photography by studying for a Masters in the subject at Middlesex University.