Over the course of the Brighton Photo Fringe, 2012, we put on a series of 8 workshops. 6 in association with Create Studios, featuring Murray Ballard, Emma Critchley, Jean-Luc Brouard, Luca Sage, Ewen Spencer and Laura Pannack & Rhiannon Adam and 2 special full day workshops featuring Laura Pannack and Luca Sage. This was something new for us – we’re far more used to putting on talks and panel discussions. That said, we really enjoyed it and it was great […]
Our fourth talk featured Sue Steward in conversation with Simon Roberts about his work, how he got into photography and about his projects, including Motherland, We English, Let This be a Sign and his work during the Olympics. It proved to be a fascinating evening full of some great insights into how Simon works, the rich narratives in his images and the photography industry in general. Ed Moore was on hand to take some photos of the evening. He’s kindly […]
Talk number 2, in our Photo Fringe 2012 programme, was a book launch / superstar photographer combo with Maciej Dakowicz launching his new book, ‘Cardiff After Dark’ and Peter Dench joining him in front of a packed house for a discussion about Maciej’s work. The whole evening went really well. Maciej gave a fascinating insight into how he works, and how a book is put together, and the discussion afterward carried on ’till the small hours (as always!). Miniclick – […]
Last Tuesday we had out first talk, the Phoot Camp Pecha Kucha night, featuring 11 Phoot Camp photographers – 6 in America, 1 in Australia (at 4am) and 3 in Brighton – all bought together with Google hangout and some nifty technical expertise from Kevin Meredith. After an initial hiccup, Kev saved the day and we got cracking! Lot’s of inspiration and lots of laughter flying around… Miniclick Phoot Camp from Jim Stephenson on Vimeo.