We are thrilled to announce a star-studded panel for the photographic equivalent of Question Time.
Our moderator and question-master will be Professor Brian Griffin Hon FRPS and our panel line-up is Bill Hunt, Lisa Barnard and Mark Power.
We’ll be exploring all sorts of aspects of photography based on questions from the audience, so this is your chance to find out what the great photographers think of current trends in image-making, the photographers who influenced them, their favourite books and any other subject related to photography.
How to Participate
1. Book your ticket using the blue online booking button above. If by any chance you have a problem booking throuigh the website, please e-mail email@example.com, who will be able to help.
2. Submit your question to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 30th April. If your question is chosen, you’ll be invited to read it out on the night. Questions can be on any topic associated with photography.
Top Image: Rush Hour, London Bridge, 1974 © Brian Griffin Hon FRPS
Brian Griffin Hon FRPS
"Considered “the photographer of the decade” by the Guardian Newspaper in 1989, “the most unpredictable and influential British portrait photographer of the last decades” by the British Journal of Photography. and “one of Britain’s most influential photographers” by the World Photography Organisation in 2015, Brian Griffin has been a freelance photographer since 1972. Portraiture is an important aspect of Griffin’s work, and his diverse career has encompassed both commercial and fine art photography, film, audio-visual performance, fashion photography and books". (Image © Brian Griffin Hon FRPS)
W.M. Hunt has been collecting, looking at and talking about photography for over 40 years. He has been with Prof. Griffin in a number of hell holes - Arles, Bologna, London. He calls W.M “William”, and he quite likes that. He usually answers to “Bill”. Harry M. Stevens, his great grandfather, came from Derby. He invented the hot dog. It probably won’t come up. (Image © Ethan Hill)
(Image © Sebastian Bruno)
Barnard’s photographic and film practice discusses real events, embracing complex visual strategies that utilize both traditional techniques with more contemporary forms of representation. She connects her interest in aesthetics, current photographic debates around materiality and the existing political climate. Her current focus is the relationship between the military industrial complex, new technology, and the psychological implication of conflict. She is a Senior Lecturer on Documentary Photography at The University of South Wales and has two publications with GOST, Chateau Despair, published in 2012 and Machines in the Garden, Hyenas of the Battlefield published in 2014.
Exhibitions in 2015 included:
- 2015. ‘Discovery Award‘. Rencontres D’Arles, France. Nominated by Louise Clements
- 2015 Sensor FOTOFEST, Houston, Texas, USA. Curated by Jennifer Ward.
- 2015 LIANGZHOU FOTO China. Curated by Francois Cheval
(Image © Adam Bronkhorst)
Born UK, 1959, Mark Power turned to photography after leaving art school and worked in the editorial and charity markets for nearly ten years before he began teaching in 1992. This coincided with a shift towards long-term, self-initiated projects which sit comfortably alongside a number of large-scale commissions in the industrial sector. He has published eight books, and his prints have been shown in numerous galleries and museums across the world, and are in several important collections, both public and private.