Archive for 2015

Alixandra Fazzina’s ‘A Million Shillings’ – Signed book offer

Alixandra Fazzina’s ‘Visualising Migration’ lecture on 25th November was a very successful night that had the audience wanting to hear more. Also on the evening all the books her publisher brought along sold out with not everyone able to get a copy. Trolley Books is offering LIP members a signed copy of A Million Shillings […]

Portfolio Clinic with Alina Kisina

LIP member Alina Kisina is offering a workshop, Portfolio Clinic: Preparing for a portfolio review. From her extensive experience of both receiving and giving portfolio reviews, Alina will offer feedback and guidance to photographers to identify what can be gained from a portfolio review and how to best prepare for them, including editing and presenting […]

London Independent Photography at 2015 Urban Photo Fest

Four of London Independent Photography’s collectivity of photographers will be contributing to the 2015 Urban Photo Fest at Goldsmith’s College this Autumn. Urban Photo Fest is organised by Goldsmith’s Centre for Urban & Community Research in association with a variety of organisations including Tate Britain, LIP, PhotoFusion and Kingston University. This year’s overall theme at […]

Nigel Tooby speaking at HIP Festival 2015

The Hull International Photography Festival is an annual event where the cultural importance of photography is recognised. It is a celebration of a physical art form, but one which is globally and digitally accessible. Professionals come to exhibit, network, sell work, exchange ideas, and meet contacts. The event is also an opportunity for amateur & […]

British Humanist Association photography competition

How do you photograph happiness? LIP’s Chair, Hugh Look, will be one of the judges for a new photography competition that asks just that question. The British Humanist Association is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of its ‘Happy Human’ symbol by asking photographers to: – Show what makes or has made you happy – Try to […]

LIP Workshop @ Urban Photo Fest

Michael Rodgers image John Levett and Michael Rodgers are offering an extended workshop as part of Urban Photo Fest 2015 at Goldsmiths College. Re-Imaging: Critical Urban Practice This course will provide photographers with tools for expanding their critical understanding of how photography relates to urban practice. Participants will learn about new concepts of urban exploration […]