Archive for 2011

Great turnout for End of Year Gathering

Thank you to members who attended our End of Year Gathering and rescheduled AGM on 12th December! We had at least 45 members join us, and in addition to completing 2011 committee elections and other business, we all enjoyed a festive occasion with a screening of members’ photographs from the past year, and a fun […]

London Villages Project: November Update

A summary of the London Villages Project was given to LIP on 12th Nov: The Project began on March 1st 2011 and will run until February 29th 2012. Sign up closed six months in, on 31st August. Membership was open to all LIP members with 212 signing up to participate, though many are not fully […]

Corin Ashleigh Brown’s Saturday Studio in Crystal Palace

Corin had the inaugural opening of her portrait studio on 26th November. Saturday Studio is a collaboration between photographer and sitter with the aim of creating memorable portraits. It is free to participate and prints are made available for purchase a few days after the shoot. The Studio is open on the second to last […]

Yoke Matze workshop in Marrakech

Yoke Matze is running a photographic workshop in Marrakech from 18-23 March 2012 for four participants. The workshop is an excellent opportunity to make new work in a creative and exotic environment. March is good month to travel to Marrakech with a comfortable average temperature of about 72 degrees. Yoke is a founder member of […]

fLIP magazine HOME issue released

The Winter 2011 HOME issue of fLIP magazine launched on 14th November with a night of slideshows and good times! Thanks to all LIP members who joined us for a great social and for supporting all the excellent work on show by our contributors. The issue is now available in bookshops and to purchase online, […]

London Villages Project: October Update

The workshop entitled ‘Editing your personal project’ took place this month and lot of ground was covered regarding the formal aspects of editing, the nature of the LVP, discussion of individual projects and issues that might be addressed in this final third of the Project. At the monthly meeting the following participants presented work: Sophie […]