On Thursday the 5th of July I will be giving a Mini Click talk in the Bar of the newly refurbished Old Market Theatre, the doors open at 6pm and the talk starts 7pm. This is a change of venue for the Mini Click talks as sadly Mini Click’s home for the past year Add The Colour is closing down. Dan (Add The Colour’s owner) has for the past year been a staunch supporter of everything Brighton Photography related. It was not just the Mini Click talks that where held there but other talks, workshops and numerous exhibitions. Just over a year ago my 2nd book was launched there when it first opened so have very happy memories of the cafe. I am sure, like me, all the Brighton photo massive will wish Dan all the best with what he dose next.
This Thursday I won’t be giving my usual talk because the way I figure it the people of Brighton are probably sick of hearing about me. I will be giving a complete new talk about the work of other photographers that interest and inspire me. These Photographers will range from famous photographers, internet celeb shooters and some offline photographers that unless you met you might not of heard of.
If you think that you are coming it would be really helpful if you could RSVP on this Facebook event page as that will let the Old Market know if they need any extra bar staff.
There will still be a chance to see some of my work at the venue as I currently have a selection of my street style photos from Brighton source Magazine on show there. It is still up after the Brighton festival.
The Old Market Theatre is just off Western Road at:
The Old Market
11a Upper Market Street
Google Map of location
I will also be giving a talk at the Margate Photography Festival on the 13th of August and Crawley Camera Club 21st November. At the moment I think I will be giving the usual “lomokev from casual snapper to published author, a tale of Flickr, shoes and serendipity” talk. You can get more info about the Margate photography festival from their website. By the way I used to live in Margate when Dream Land was called Bembom Brothers and the street gang “the Margate casuals” roamed the streets, I’m old school. As for the Crawley Camera Club I don’t know if they allow non-members to attend their talks but you can always get in touch and ask.
Hope you see some of you at one of my future talks.