Looking At Your Career in a New Light

Wednesday 2 February 2022

19:00 GMT, Via Zoom

In this webinar we welcome three special guests to discuss how you can take a fresh look at your career and how to revive it. We will be providing an overview on where best to focus your attention to drive your career forwards.

You may need help having taken your first steps into the industry, trying to build a successful business and not quite sure what to do. You may be a mid-career photographer, or a seasoned pro, feeling a bit stuck resulting from the pandemic and need a few pointers.

Our guest speakers are industry experts in their field – from editorial use, to commercial and documentary photography, sharing their insights and suggesting ways to think of new approaches or focus on clever ways to engage your market customers.

Hosted by the AOP’s Isabelle Doran, CEO, we talk to

Sheryl Garratt (former editor of the Face) providing coaching for creatives, 

Zoe Whishaw (formerly European Director of Photography at Getty Images) Commercial Photography Consultant and Mentor, and 

Sophie Wright (previously Global Curatorial Director at Magnum Photos) Photography & Art Consultant  – see her latest curated exhibition America in Crisis at the Saatchi Gallery.

 

Register for tickets here.

Fee: Free to AOP members – Accredited, Assisting Photographers, Affiliates, Associates, and Accredited Course members; Affordable fees for Non-Accredited Course students, Access members, and Non-Members

Note: Tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by the organiser; Any questions about the event advertised please contact us at info@the-aop.org; If you are registering from overseas welcome, we look forward to you joining us too.

 

Fireflies, © Tim Flach

AOP Photography Awards 2021

The AOP Photography Awards are known as the ‘Oscars’ of the photography world. They celebrate excellence in the creative photography and image-making industry. This year’s Awards will open in October 2021 and close in January 2022. This is your chance to be seen by leading commissioners and names within the photographic industry.