INTENSIVE 4 DAYS PHOTO WORKSHOP in Paris
with Michael Grieve
Workshop: September 19 – 22, 2016
Deadline for applications: August 15, 2016
Fee: 550 €
This photo workshop is designed for photographers who are at any stage in the process of making a project and wish to find stimulation towards greater visual, intuitive and conceptual coherence in order to realise completion for books and exhibitions.
A particular theme, to be announced during the workshop, is designed to help find different creative approaches and push participants to experiment, enhance and ultimately add to the work they have already made.
Via lectures, individual and group discussions, participants will benefit from understanding their own work from a fresh perspective, as well as the work of others, that will enable a greater self awareness to realise their personal, long term, projects.
At the end of the workshop participants will have completed a theme based assignment and will make a presentation of this work to the group. The work photographed during this time can add to existing projects or can act as an inspired impetus.
Find all further details about the workshop here.
Born in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK in 1966.
Lived in London for 22 years and during this time studied a BA and MA in photographic studies at the University of Westminster, worked as a reportage and portrait photographer for publications such as Liberation, Le Monde, Weekend Guardian, Telegraph, Newsweek, Sunday Times, Vice and represented by Agence VU.
His portfolio of personal projects have been published in a variety of publications and he has exhibited at various galleries and festivals in Europe. He became the deputy editor of 1000 Words contemporary photography magazine in 2010 until 2015, writing features, editing and organising workshops in Morocco with such notable photographers as Roger Ballen, Anders Petersen and Antoine d’Agata.
In 2010 he became a senior lecturer in creative practice and theory at Nottingham Trent University and then moved to Warsaw to lecture in photography at the Akademia Fotografii. Now he is based in Berlin and lectures in documentary photography at the Berliner Technische Kunstschule, writes regularly for the British Journal of Photography and is the creative director of the Berlin Foto Kiez. He teaches workshops on a regular basis. His photobook, The Foriegner [sic] will be published by Kominek in 2016.
JH Engström and Margot Wallard founded the Atelier Smedsby in 2012, an innovative web-based, one year photographic workshop. Spurred on by their initial success they set about enhancing the workshop.
Using their experience and contacts in the world of contemporary photography, they have developed a supplementary program including seminars, portfolio reviews and short 3-5 day photo workshops led by world-renowned photographers.
Read more about the Atelier Smedsby here.