Following on from the successful face to face event held in September last year, the AOP’s Sustainability Group will host an online webinar that will look at the feedback from our previous event, as well as:
The format of the evening will be a ‘chat style’ discussion providing help and advice – so please come along, no matter where you are on sustainability journey.
Holly McGlynn, Accredited Photographer and AOP Member Director
An award-winning fashion photographer, Holly began her photography career as a street-style photographer for Company Magazine. Holly worked her way towards shooting editorials for magazines such as L’Officiel, Stylist, Elle Australia and Glamour USA as well as brands such as Chanel, Levi’s, John Lewis, and Fabergé. Acknowledging the role she plays in shaping the media we consume, Holly is committed to promoting diversity in the fashion and beauty industries.
Combining her passion for climate action and communication, Holly is also a PR consultant for brands in the sustainability sector and involved in climate-based community organisation. Supporting the next generation of creative talent is something Holly has developed over many years as a lecturer in Fashion Communication at University of Creative Arts, Epson, as a short course tutor in Fashion Photography at Central St Martins and a visiting lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London and Arts University Plymouth.Holly is currently an AOP non-executive board member, and chair of the Sustainability Working Group.
Carol Sharp, AOP Accredited Photographer
Details to follow
Hat Margolies, Lucid Representation and AOP Member Director & Agent
Hat Margolies is an London agent and producer, keen to bring sustainable working practices to our industry. Bringing boxed water and using cycle cargo bikes on shoots whenever possible – helping to make the small changes that collectively make an impact.
Kai B, Bad Star
Details to follow
Angus Light, CEO / Head of Production – Locate Productions
Starting out as a runner in 1998 at a location company in London, prior to the world going digital when we still scouted on film, Angus was soon producing shoots around the UK and Europe for a range of the UK’s leading agencies. Angus is one of the founders of Locate Productions which was set up in 2005 to service the production needs of photographers, ad agencies and brands.
Over the past few years Locate Productions has been at the forefront of helping the UK production industry tailor its approach to reaching net zero targets, contributing to the Ad Assoc Ad Net Zero 2030 report and the Ad Green Carbon Calculator. We’re particularly excited to see how increasingly the advertising industry is being used as a force for positive change in society through its ability to help tackle the climate crisis through its messaging and promote equality and diversity
Date: Wednesday 28th February 19:00
Where: Webinar on Zoom
Free to AOP Accredited Members and AOP Student Members with promo code. (Choose relevant eligible ticket type and enter your AOP Membership number as your promo code.)
Affordable fees for all others and Non-Members – £5 General Admission.
Note: Tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by the organiser. Any questions about the event advertised please contact us at email@example.com
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