BrightClick Talk


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I do enjoy talks, I am going to this talk next wednesday 21st April, at the Sallis Benney theatre (Grand Parade). The talk is organised by a friend Jim Stephenson, he has pulled together a varied group of photographers talking about their work and Helen Cadwallader, the Brighton Photo Biennial executive director talking about this years Biennial.

Here is his text about it:

Emma Critchley will be discussing the inspiration and unique way she works with her underwater portraits, which focus on the human relationship with water and it’s diverse nature (well worth checking out her website to see some of the amazing work she does www.emmacritchley.com).

Mr. Kevin Meredith (aka Lomokev, to you and I), will be speaking about the place that film photography has in today’s digital age and what he thinks it’s future may be (hit up www.lomokev.com).

Richard Rowland will be presenting Urban Fictions, a photographic and video project examining the representation of simulated urban developments emerging in Eastern China (see his site for some beautiful images - he also has a special surprise planned for us on the evening... www.richardrowland.co.uk).

Helen Cadwallader, the Brighton Photo Biennial executive director, will discuss the background to the Biennial and present plans for the curatorial concept of BPB 2010, as guest curated by Martin Parr (www.bpb.org.uk).

Finally, the boys from Garage Studios are discussing the workings of a professional studio, how and why they set it up. They’ll also be taking a good look at how one of their typically inventive shoots work and reflecting on some of their personal photography as well (www.garage-studios.co.uk).