Graduate Takeover is a short season of events, advice and inspiration led by last year’s photography graduates, to help you hit the ground running. It’s free and open to all, especially new graduates and new starters, and co-delivered by Redeye, Fuse and Short Supply.
Our Careers Clinics are open spaces for discussion, each week looking at a different element of running a profitable creative practice. On Wednesday the 23rd June Redeye’s Rosie Dale and Paul Herrmann will lead the conversation on business models, and how you can set up a successful photography business despite the pandemic.
In her role as a Research Assistant for Redeye Rosie has been producing a series of case studies about the business models of photographers, and how they have adapted them to survive the financial impact of the pandemic.
In this session Paul and Rosie talk through how to plan your business model, and use it strategically to monetise your practice and build your career. They explain which areas of work offer the most scope for new businesses, and which traditional skills are still highly relevant.
The second half of the session will be dedicated to discussion and a Q&A, so please bring your questions!
Rosie Dale is an emerging artist based in south west England. Her work is created through an intuitive process, often focusing on themes related to philosophy, ethics and her own personal relationships.
She graduated from the University of West England in 2020, and has been working for Redeye, the Photography Network since January.
Paul Herrmann is an organiser and leader in photography. He is director of Redeye and of The Photographic Collections Network, an equivalent to Redeye for photography specialists, archivists, scholars and historians. He has started and steered a range of projects, and brought people together, in photography and the arts.
He talks, writes and advises on a range of business and professional issues in photography.
If you have any additional access needs and would like to ask about the support we can offer for this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online! You will need an internet connection and a computer, smartphone or tablet.
This event takes place as a Zoom meeting. You are welcome to have your camera and mic on or off.
Watch live on Wednesday 23rd June from 1 - 2pm.
Booking closes on on the day of the event at 11am and we will then be in touch with everyone who has registered with the meeting code and password.
Who is it for?
This event is free and open to all. You will need to make an account with us to register but you don't need to be a member.
This event is aimed towards graduates and new starters, but will be of interest to anyone who wants to hear from some new photographic talent.
Please register below for free by 11am on Wednesday 23rd June to receive your invitation to the event.