In the 1920s artist Man Ray experimented with a photographic technique called ‘photograms’. Essentially the process involves placing objects on top of a piece of light sensitive photographic paper and exposing it to light from an enlarger. The results are often abstract, but can also be quite mysterious. We took a small group of Year 11 photographers (Kiara, Anmol, Tialf and Amy) into the new photography darkroom to experiment with this process, with some strangely beautiful and ghostly results. We are proud to present the very first St Andrews Art Department handmade, non-digital photograms.