Join Redeye for the first of our new Member Open Studios, an evening celebrating the photographic work of our diverse membership. On the 22nd June we will be visiting the studio of photographer Tristan Poyser at The Sharp Project, Manchester.  

In addition to hearing about Tristan’s latest projects, there will be a chance to explore The Sharp Project and learn about the different facilities available to creatives in Manchester.

Refreshments will be available throughout the evening.

Redeye Member Open Studios is part of a new intiative set up by Redeye, the Photography Network to encourage the active involvement of its members. You can find out more about our 'member-led' events here

About Tristan Poyser

Photography and visual communication have been at the core of Tristan's practice for the last 12 years. His analytical approach, with an affinity for clean lines and repetitive elements, has enabled him to specialise within the built environment and architectural photography, working with RIBA award-winning architects. Acting as a consultant for clients such as Three Mobile and NIKE, he has been commissioned to work on the concept to delivery of photographic and video-based solutions, for fast paced experiential marketing campaigns and targeting social media.

Alongside commercial commissions Tristan is working on Recording the Landscape and Automation; two projects that observe the way society interacts with the environment. Recording the Landscape documents potential fracking sites around the UK over time, whilst Automation looks at mass tourism in China’s Jiuzhaigou National Park, in the Szechuan Province, a UNESCO world heritage site. Both projects use photography and sound to extend the senses beyond the photograph.

About The Sharp Project

The Sharp Project is Manchester’s flagship digital production complex and is home to over 60 digital entrepreneurs and production companies specialising in digital content production, digital media and TV and film production. It’s based in a 200,000 sq. ft refurbished warehouse previously occupied by electronics company Sharp, and offers flexible office, production and event space at affordable prices.

For more information, including how to get to The Sharp Project please follow this link.

Access

The Sharp Project is centrally located 10 minutes outside Manchester city centre in the North West of England and is close to air, motorway and public transport connections. Car Parking is normally restricted but if arriving after 6pm attendees will be able to get access to The Sharp Project's car park. The venue is wheelchair accessible with ramps throughout, and accessible toilets with baby changing facilities. The event will be taking place on the Ground Floor. For more information please visit the website here. 

Registration

The event is free to attend but you must pre-register. It is also possible to make a donation at the time of registering and this really helps us deliver more events. Please view our terms and conditions before registering – by registering you accept these. Note that there will be some photographing and recording of this event. If you find out after registering that you can't attend, please let us know via the "Send Feedback" link in the footer below.

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Image at the top: Tristan Poyser

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