This is the third talk in a short series of presentations by photographers making work in and about Wales.
Taking the very first steps in forming a new (or your first) project or series can often seem the most difficult. In his presentation ‘Create – Collaborate’, Rob, founder of The North Wales Project, suggests ways to form your own body of cohesive work centred on an engaging narrative and drawing from various sources of inspiration. He also discusses how a collective voice can be stronger for each individual as well as supporting and motivating your own photography. We discuss why these steps are helpful in your journey to publication, exhibition and the ultimate expression of the latent image.
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. He has been shortlisted for Portrait of Britain, The British Photography Awards and the ESPY Awards in 2019. In 2020 his first solo publication, Village Lockdown, was produced by ADM Publishing.
“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, but we're very grateful for donations which we will use to pay the speaker a modest fee.
Tickets will become available from Monday 1st March 2021, 5pm.
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