Attendance for this talk is free of charge - however, donations will be gratefully received. Proceedings will be used to pay the speaker a modest fee, and to support RPS lead photographic projects in our region.
About the talk:
‘Holyhead – Sea Change?’ documents an overlooked seaport town, which in common with many other coastal towns, voted to leave the EU. In trying to decode this paradox, Rob discovered an economically challenged, but proud, independent community with an awareness of its history.
Work from the series has been featured in Creative Review and It’s Nice That, as well as being shortlisted for Portrait of Britain, the British Photography Awards and the ESPY Awards last year.
Robert Law puts this project within the context of his personal photographic journey.
About Robert Law:
Rob is a photographer based on Anglesey/Ynys Môn. His practice concerns documentary photography, capturing both rural and urban environments and the people within them.
“Law’s approach to documentary has resulted in a distinctive visual style that honours the search for the reality and truth of a place.” — Creative Review
This talk is free of charge - however, donations will be gratefully received. Proceedings will be used to pay the speaker a modest fee, and to support RPS lead photographic projects in our region.
This will be an online talk with up to 100 participants. A link to join the talk will be emailed to participants the day before the talk.
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