A WEE COUNTY student says she is "honoured" to be the first Forth Valley College student to have her work displayed at a Scottish exhibition.

Jade Scott was showing off her photo-art comprised of 700 images at the annual Stirling Campus Degree and Diploma art exhibition when it was spotted by an art director at Street Level Photoworks.

The Fishcross woman will display 96 of her documentary-style still photos at the Futureproof 2019 Exhibition.

The 26-year-old said: "I am very excited and honoured that I have been chosen to show my work at the exhibition.

"Usually it is art and photographic students from the Glasgow School of Art, Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee or from Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, who get invited to exhibit at this event, so I am very proud to be the first from Forth Valley College."

Jade will compete alongside 18 other new artists to win a Jill Todd memorial photographic award of £500 for being the best at the show.

The project depicts images of her life every day since the beginning of 2019.

Hannah Keba, a creative industries lecturer at Forth Valley College, said: "I am thrilled that the narrative work Jade developed through her BA has been included in this exhibition.

"She has a strong creative practice and we look forward to seeing her career develop."

Malcolm Dickson, of Street Level Photoworks, was visiting another event in Stirling when he attended the free end of year show and offered the opportunity to Jade.

He said: "It is heartening to welcome Forth Valley College into this framework."

The exhibition opened at Dunoon's Burgh Hall on Saturday, August 24, and runs until Sunday, September 22.