At our October branch meeting we will be discussing personal photography projects. Most serious photographers document subjects of personal interest with a view to recording issues of importance. Award-winning photojournalist Stuart Freedman will present two new, unseen projects from India and take questions on the value of such work and its commercial potential.
Stuart has been a photographer and writer for over 20 years and has seen his work published in a wide range of titles including Life, Geo, Time, Der Spiegel, National Geographic, Newsweek and Paris Match. His documenting of the atrocities in Sierra Leone brought him invitations to speak in both Oxford Union and Capitol Hill. He is the recipient of many awards, including Amnesty International (twice), Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Award, The Royal Photographic Society and The Association of Photographers (twice).
In the business section of the meeting following the discussion there will be an election for the vacant post of branch treasurer.
6.00pm Tuesday 29th October, Headland House, 308 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8D