British Journal of Photography are returning to Free Range in 2016 to host a programme of free talks and workshops for emerging photographers.
We’ve invited leading curators, publishers, writers, editors and agents to share their industry insights and offer practical advice on making a career in photography, alongside in-conversations with some of the UK’s most exciting emerging talents.
The talks will take place at British Journal of Photography’s dedicated pop-up space at the Free Range Graduate Shows from Friday 24th June – Monday 4th July 2016.
Events are free to attend, but spaces are limited so please book to avoid disappointment!
Friday 24th June 2016
1pm PYLOT Magazine: How we founded a magazine
Max Barnett, Editor-in-chief at PYLOT
2pm Seen Fifteen: A year in Peckham
Vivienne Gamble, Director at Seen Fifteen Gallery
3pm Samuel Ivin in conversation with Simon Bainbridge (BJP) + book signing
Monday 27th June 2016
1pm Trolleyology: Working in publishing and contemporary art
Hannah Watson, Director at TJ Boulting & Trolley Books
2pm Survival strategies for photographers
Louise Clements, QUAD & FORMAT International Photography Festival
3pm Dan Wilton in conversation with Diane Smyth (BJP)
Friday 1st July 2016
1pm Commissioning photography: Working for editorial publications
Emma Bowkett, Director of Photography at FT Weekend
2pm Working as both photographer and publisher
Martin Usborne, Founder at Hoxton Mini-Press
3pm Felicity Hammond in conversation with Emma Lewis (Tate Modern)
Saturday 2nd July 2016
12pm G . F Smith presents: Creating the perfect portfolio with Guy Archard
Hear photographer Guy Archard present the best way to create an outstanding photography portfolio, using examples from his own career and experience to illustrate the do’s and don’ts. Guy will also discuss how to balance creative and commercial work as well as tips on how to get published. Frequently commissioned by G . F Smith, Guy will elaborate on this working relationship and how Make Book can be used as a unique portfolio tool for photographers and designers.
All visitors to this event will receive a 20% discount for Make Book. www.gfsmith.com/makebook
Monday 4th July 2016
1pm An agent's perspective on making it in photography
Frede Spencer, Director at Twenty Twenty Agency
2pm Juggling Full Heartedly: Balancing a career in publishing and making pictures
Maxwell Anderson, Founder at Bemojake
3pm Juno Calypso, Photographer
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