Posts Tagged ‘Guy Smallman’

Working Collectives

18th March, 2013

Working Collectives from London Photographers’ Branch on Vimeo.

Audio from the February London Photographers’ Branch meeting and discussion on Tuesday 26 February discussing working in collectives. Featuring three speakers, Zarina Holmes, Ross Domoney of Aletheia Photos and Guy Smallman from Reel News.

November Branch Newsletter

16th November, 2010

International Affairs - A panel discussion on working abroadInternational Affairs – A panel discussion on working abroad

Tuesday 30th November, 6pm at Headland House.

The November Branch meeting will look at international issues for journalists. With advice for photographers working in foreign countries from our panel:

  • Jim Boumelha (IFJ President) will present a motion in solidarity with Palestinian journalists and give a talk about the benefits of International Federation of Journalists membership to camera people working abroad.
  • Guy Smallman (Branch committee member) will offer advice on working in dangerous environments based on his experiences in Lebanon and Afghanistan. He will illustrate his talk with some of his photos.
  • Isabelle Merminod (Branch committee member) will show some world exclusive images from a women’s prison in the Philippines following on from last months motion passed by the branch.
  • Fil Kaler (Branch member) will show his short film about journalists working in occupied Palestine.

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The Future of Copyright

28th April, 2010

At last nights branch meeting there was a panel discussion on the Future of Copyright. Branch Membership Secretary Guy Smallman spoke about his experience using union lawyers to recover money from copyright infringers. Freelance organiser John Toner spoke about other members the union had helped reclaim money from copyright infringers. He also spoke about the setting up of a new small claims court for copyright infringement that the union has lobbied for. Andrew Wiard discussed the future of copyright law and what changes the union should lobby a new government for. You can listen to the full audio from the discussion here.

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