Graduate Takeover: Friday Lives

11 June 2021, 19:00 to 2 July 2021, 19:30

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.

 

For our Graduate Takeover month all of our regularly scheduled Friday Live events will feature 2020 graduates who took part in our mentoring scheme. This will be an opportunity to hear from new photographic talent and ask any questions about their first year out of uni.

 

Where does it all happen?

We go Live via our Instagram page for half-hour conversations between 5 - 8pm on a Friday. You can drop in and leave a comment or question, or just listen along! Your camera and mic would not be on, so no need to worry as you join. 

You can watch along live to send in your questions or catch up with the IGTV recording of the conversation on our Instagram page.

Click here to see our previous Friday Live events.

 

Friday 11th June - Natalia González

Natalia González, currently based in London, is a photographer with a social-documentary approach. Her practice explores the relationship between people and their environments by focusing on topics of migration, identity, belonging and the concept of home. She graduated from Anglia Ruskin University in 2020 and has since worked for Format Festival.

 

Friday 18th June - Tami Aftab

Tami Aftab is a London born and based Photographer. She studied BA Photography at London College of Communication, UAL. 

Her work touches on subjects of intimacy, performance and playfulness through the form of portraiture. Her recent features include WeTransfer, TOAST,  It’s Nice That , Refinery29 and British Journal of Photography, just to name a few.

 

Friday 25th June - Holly Houlton

Holly Houlton is a graduate from Coventry University; now working as a freelance photographer and writer based in the UK. 

Holly's work mainly explores the subjects of people and place with a particular interest in the effects they have on one another in relation to experience and time. Using a personal approach, themes of intimacy, relationship and self-reflection are applied to interpret her surrounding environments. Specific attention to detail and light attempts to draw out the perhaps otherwise unseen and stimulate emotive contemplation.

 

Friday 2nd July - Becky Mursell

Becky Mursell is a freelance photographer, based in London, specialising in portraits, visual storytelling and events. 

She works with charities, small businesses and creatives to help them build and elevate their brand through capturing high quality imagery that inspires authenticity and trust. Before studying at Spéos she worked in the non-profit sector for 8 years.

 

 

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