The Royal Photographic Society, in partnership with the University of the West of England and supported by The Photographic Angle, Pholio UK and the Watershed, Bristol, is presenting a day of lectures and portfolio reviews from well-known photographers and industry professionals. Creative Photography and Commerce takes place at the Watershed on Friday 22 March 2013 and one of its aims is to help students and early career photographers develop their careers within the industry.
For many photographers their professional work is very different to their personal work and the day encompasses all genres of photography within the creative industries ranging from art to commercial or editorial photography. The RPS has brought together the best in the business to give a series of lectures (open to all) and to offer advice and portfolio reviews of for photographers aged 35 and under.
Lecturers include Chris Floyd, Rhea Thierstein, Olivia Gideon Thomson, Laura Pannack, Kate Peters and Toby Smith who will be discussing their work in the photographic industry and how the marriage of creativity and commerce works for them.
Portfolio Reviewers include Clare Hewitt, Ben Roberts, Anthony Holland Parkin, Steve Ledger-Lomas, Angus Fraser, Roger Tooth, Thom Atkinson, Ashley Jouhar and Zoe Whishaw. The lectures are open to everyone, portfolio reviews are open to students and under 35s.
Click here to download a PDF of the full programme, lecturer and portfolio reviewer biographies.
Lectures only (open to all) – £25
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Lectures and Portfolio Review (students and under 35s only) – £55
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You will need to contact The Society (tel: 01225 325733 or email: email@example.com) to book a review slot – please have your booking reference number handy.
This is the first time such an event has been held in the South West and is organised by The Royal Photographic Society in partnership with the University of the West of England and with the support of The Watershed, Pholio UK and The Photographic Angle.