Monday, 18 June 2012

Brendalands!





Today is the last day for applicants to get a free place on our Photographic Immersion workshop with Brenda Ann Kenneally running in Devon from the 24th-29th June 2012 worth £850.


Thats free tuition, free accommodation, free food and the chance to take their work to the next level with an award winning documentary photographer.

You would literally have be crazy (or rich/bored/trapped in a door) to not apply!

The workshop will focus on expanding photographers storytelling efforts aiming to help with finished or on-going work to contextualise it, re-energise it and finsih the week with a positive direction with which to move forward. Participants will be staying in Mongolian yurts, lighting their log burners, breathing fresh air, eating wonderful food cooked by our chef from award winning Bristol restaurant Flinty Red, hearing from experienced professionals including Grant Scott, editor of the wonderful Hungry Eye magazine and veteran Magnum photographer David Hurn.

If you don't know who Brenda Ann Kenneally, David Hurn, Grant Scott and Flinty Red get on google and take a look at what they do. A damn talented bunch who are going to be making for a really special week not to be missed in Devon.

Anyone aged 25 and under who is a student or graduate can apply. Head to www.thehinterlands.co.uk to fill out an application form.

Thursday, 14 June 2012

microbook


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One misty afternoon in Norway, February 2012. Mist beautifully obscured our view.



Friday, 8 June 2012

The end is just the beginning..

Our first Hinterlands workshop down in Devon is all done now. A massive thanks to everyone who came on the workshop, taught on the workshop, cooked, swept, came to listen, told their story and took part in any way.

It's all go here on my laptop as the next Hinterlands is coming up at the end of June and we have some talks to organise too. It's fair to say that I'm tired!

I just wanted to share some of the images from the workshop just passed. It was a really fun event and there are some great memories captured here. All ninety two images are over at our thehinterlands.co.uk page or if you like thumbnails check this out...