Metro is delighted to partner with The Photographers’ Dining Club to present an exclusive evening of inspirational conversation, debate and dining, based around issues facing photographers today in an increasingly demanding industry.
Addressing the demands and pressures on art photographers today, three prominent speakers will explore and discuss the new platforms open to photographers today and ways of engaging with a wide and diverse audience for maximum reach.
Metro Imaging’s Director Steve Macleod, will host the event and deliver a talk with invited guest speakers including art documentary photographer Mark Neville
, who will talk about his work and projects that aim to ‘question conventional modes of disseminating photographs’ and British photographer Simon Roberts
, who will discuss three major projects: We English, The Election Project and Let This Be A Sign, giving insight to how he produced and utilised public collaboration to create the work.
The evening, to be held on Thursday 22nd May at The Proud Archivist in Dalston, London, is an Art Photography Special and will be the perfect opportunity for photographers to discuss, question and evaluate their working practice within the remit of the changing face of photography and building links within a social audience.