Event Details

Event name: A Day of Motivational Speakers
Date(s): 20/11/2017
Venue: Arts University Bournemouth

A Day of Motivational Speakers, Bournemouth

We are delighted to welcome a range of skilled professionals to our next event at the newly BIPP accredited, Arts University Bournemouth.
We have purposely invited keynote speakers with a variety of skill and knowledge in order to open the mind to opportunities within the profession by giving short talks of their given subjects. As always, we aim to inspire and educate and would love to see you there.


10.00-10.45 James Whitty
https://www.jameswhitty.com/
11.00-11.30 Mark Witney www.hasselblad.com/
11.45-12.45 Emily Hancock http://emilyhancock.co.uk
12.45-1.30 LUNCH
12.45-1.45 Sue Allatt 
https://www.sueallatt.com
1.30-2.30 Chris Greenwood Bradwell www.bradwellmedia.co.uk
2.45-3.45 Tom Oldham www.tomoldham.com

10.00-10.45 James Whitty https://www.jameswhitty.com/
James is a British travel and portrait photographer. After studying fine art at university he became a freelance photographic assistant and digital operator in London working on large editorial and commercial projects. James was then offered a full time position with Emmy award winning photographer and film maker Sølve Sundsbø. After finishing his career as an assistant  he spent an extensive period of time travelling and producing his own portfolio, this included projects across Ethiopia, documenting the refugee camp in Calais, and personal projects in South East Asia, America and India.  James is currently based between Milan and London.

11.00-11.30 Mark Witney www.hasselblad.com/
The Advantage of Medium Format. Mark heads up Hasselblad UK Marketing and will give a short talk on the advantages of using this most beautiful brand. He will bring along the X1D for you to take look.

11.45-12.45 Emily Hancock http://emilyhancock.co.uk
A Fellow of the BIPP, Emily has spent many years experimenting with artistic mediums, but always gravitates back to photography as the catalyst and foundation of her work. With an ability to capture a millisecond of our history that would otherwise be missed, and immortalising it with her camera, Emily has successfully fused art with running a commercially sustainable business, based in the New Forest and surrounded by wild horses that inspire her work. She is evidence that you can work in an arena that fulfils you  on a personal level and create a livelihood from.
"Nature’s influence impacts the way I work and the images I produce, bringing me a sense of freedom and curiosity that I use to create new work."
"My pieces are inspired by the connection I have with horses. Just like people, there are many layers to a horse’s personality, and it takes time to uncover each one. Slowly but surely, with time and after building trust, the horse will allow you to see deeper into its soul. I am fascinated by the different aspects of each horse’s personality, and how my relationship with each horse that I photograph deepens and evolves. I express these layers in my work, using multiple layers of photographs and mixed media techniques – such as encaustic wax – to create images that have depth and texture. The equine species has evolved tremendously over the past 55 million years, becoming a more refined, robust version of themselves. I use this concept to uncover new elements of their personalities and express them in my work."

12.45-1.30 LUNCH - there is a cafe on site for you to grab refreshments.

12.45-1.45 Sue Allatt  https://www.sueallatt.com
During the lunch, so no-one misses the keynote speakers, London Photo Agent, Sue Allatt will be on hand to do portfolio reviews. This is for commercial photographers and students who would like to get an honest review of where there work stands in the current industry environment. Bring along prints or laptops.

1.30-2.30 Chris Greenwood. Senior Photographer Bradwell Media
With one of the most well equipped studios in the country and a portfolio providing digital content to high end brands and retailers such as Argos, Habitat and Homebase, Bradwell Media work to and deliver to varied briefs in  photography, video and digital marketing. Chris Greenwood will give you an insight and realistic eye into the operation behind a busy high end commercial studio.

2.45-3.45 Tom Oldham www.tomoldham.com
London based, Tom Oldham is a photographer of musicians, sports stars and entertainers which takes him around the globe. Tom is a Hasselblad Ambassador and shot the campaign images to launch the H6D.
In June 2017, he successfully exhibited his personal project shot in Lesotho - The Herder Boys of Lesotho, at the White Space Gallery in London.
His latest project, Eldmodur, documents the correlation between the brutal yet darkly beautiful landscape of Iceland, with their athletes' incredible capacity for success in the sport of crossfit.
Works exhibited at agencies Mother and Publicis and the Gibson Showroom in London, he was also accepted into the 2015 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize with his image of Gilbert and George and the 2016 Open Series in the AoP Awards for his work with Riders For Health in Liberia.


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