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A virtual meeting this evening to comment on the digital submissions following our test meeting on the 7th of April. Live commentary will be made on the images submitted. On this first occasion, we may not rank the images. This will be an exciting opportunity to develop how we can manage the social side of the society‘s activities, while keeping safely apart.
Mimi‘s work has been featured on a number of exhibitions and festivals of photography across the globe such as Somerset House, London 2013, The Rencontres D’Arles 2011, London Street Photography 2011, Contributed Gallery, Berlin 2010, Jerwood Space, London 2010, Milk Gallery, New York City and Third Floor Gallery, Cardiff 2010 and European Parliament, Strasbourg 2009.
Since 2011 Mimi runs his innovative series of online and physical workshops on visual story-telling, focussing on developing the photographers ability to conceive, produce and package a photo essay of their choice.
In early 2015 Mimi founded the Photo Meet, an organisation aimed at celebrating photography through a series of events such as the Offspring Photo Meet which include portfolio reviews, lectures, networking, presentations and much more. http://www.mimimollica.com/
Our physical Annual General Meeting is going to proceed with the Committee only, by email and digital means, avoiding a get together. If there is anything you would like to raise, please do so by email to our Chair. Pop-up print session postponed, but digital alternative being considered, watch this space!
Alys is an award-winning editorial and fine art photographer based in London.
Having grown up in Brighton, Alys went on to study English Literature and Communications at the University of Leeds. After graduating, she moved to New York for a year and was given her first commission for Time Out, before coming back to London to study photography at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. She has recently completed a part-time MA in Anthropology of Travel, Tourism and Pilgrimage (Distinction) at SOAS, University of London, which ties in with her long-term, personal project about pilgrimage. Alys combines commissioned work for editorial, design and advertising clients with personal work, which she publishes and exhibits.
Alys was named Sony World Photography Awards, Photographer of the Year 2018. http://www.alystomlinson.co.uk/
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A practical evening working with different types of lighting.
A photowalk along the Thames, meeting at Bermondsey Tube Station.
Jim Grover will join us to introduce the Storytelling programme