Posts Tagged ‘lecture’

A talk at the Photographers Gallery London

Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

On Saturday I gave a lecture about my work at the Photographers Gallery to a group of talented young photographers. I was delighted that one student, Melissa Fund encapsulated those couple of hours in an excellent diagram with my portrait at its centre. I thought I’d share that here.

Thanks to her and the excellent Lottie Davies for the opportunity.

 

©Melissa Fund

©Melissa Fund

Dart Centre Retreat

Sunday, June 10th, 2012

Some weeks ago I was invited by the Dart Centre, an extraordinary resource for journalists who cover trauma in their work, to participate in a long weekend retreat in peaceful hotel the English countryside. The Dart Centre is a project of the Columbia University Graduate School Programme and seeks to promote best practice in the fields of reporting and understanding of trauma, human rights and conflict world wide. I was accompanied by a lovely group of very experienced journalists from amongst others, the BBC, Channel 4, Al Jazeera, The Sunday Times and The Associated Press. It was an honour to be part of this and my thanks to Dart for inviting me on such an informative and helpful weekend.

My special thanks to my colleague Lefteris Pitarakis who kindly provided an image of me during my presentation talk.

 

Dart Centre Europe weekend retreat in Weymouth, England, Saturday April 27, Sunday April 28, 2012. (Photo ©Lefteris Pitarakis)

 

 

Ethics…

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

I was (surprisingly) invited to give a talk about ethics and photojournalism at the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) a few nights ago. Here’s the link:

http://londonphotographers.org/2010/03/stuart-freedman-on-ethics-photojournalism/

Photo Forum

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

I’ll be giving a talk about my work at the Photo Forum in London on Thursday December 3rd at 1800.

Photo-Forum is a place for working photographers across the spectrum to bring images, ideas, photo stories, approaches and work in progress for supportive debate and criticism.

So I’m hoping people won’t throw things…