It’s up on the website! I’ll be running a new course at Chelsea College of Arts in November – a three-day course to allow students to develop their Mixed Media Photography project: from proposal writing to shooting, editing and manipulating. All the details can be found here.
© Estelle Vincent 2017
July will see me go back to Chelsea College of Arts to deliver this fun and exciting one day course in Mixed Media Photography, for which I believe there are a couple of places left! More information on the course and how to book can be found here.
© Student’s work 2017
A big thanks to Martin Parr (above) who let us into his home yesterday and allowed us to film him talking about the influence Bill Jay had on the early development of his work. Our conversation centered around a particular talk Bill gave at Manchester Polytechnic that Martin attended in the Autumn of 1971, whilst still a student and where Bill introduced Martin and his fellow students to the work of Tony Ray Jones.
Martin was supportive of our film and even made some suggestions as to where and how it might be first screened. Watch this space for more details concerning this!
Taking part in this staff exhibition with four photo-etchings on show, private view this Thursday 9th February – all welcome!
Places are still available, contact Morley College for details!
A new term is about to start at Morley College and I will be running the following course in Photoshop as well as a new exciting course on The Art of Black and White Photography! Details below, places still available.
- ADOBE PHOTOSHOP IN THREE DAYS: SATURDAY SHORT
Dates: 17 Sep 2016 – 1 Oct 2016 | Saturday 10:00 – 16:00
THE ART OF BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY: SATURDAY SHORT
Dates: 8 Oct 2016 – 22 Oct 2016 | Saturdays 10:00 – 16:00
More details can be found on the new Morley Digital Team website: http://morleydigitalteam.com/
Last weekend I was busy photographing The Big Sleepover in Myatts’ Fields, Camberwell and here’s a little snippet of the day.
Want to know more about The Big Sleepover? Here’s what Father Nature has to say about it:
“Your local park may be a familiar daytime haunt, but imagine being able to spend a summer night sleepover there when everyone else has gone home: you’re camping out, building a fire, enjoying storytelling and games with other local families.
Father Nature gives low/no income families a taste of camping in the great outdoors… on their doorstep… and for free! With tents and sleeping bags for all, and park security provided by the Army Reserves, each year 100 local families are invited to camp for a night in the park accompanied by workshops on fire-lighting and cooking, gardening, storytelling and much more, all with dinner and breakfast next day thrown in.”
More details here: http://www.fathernature.org.uk/
Just finished teaching a week-long photography portfolio course for 16 to 18 year olds at London College of Communication. These very talented and focused young people surely kept me on my toes for 6 hours a day and I am very proud of what they have managed to achieve in such a small amount of time. Here are a few examples of some of their online portfolios. Feel free to like, share and comment, they surely deserve praise and encouragement!