Workshop with Laura Hynd
Many of us photograph well, but feel there is something missing… a depth, a level of personality absent from the finished piece. Frustration may set in as our creativity is not being accessed to its full potential. This workshop is aimed at photographers who have a good understanding of their practice, but would like to push themselves creatively and personally.
During the workshop, participants will, in a supportive environment, be encouraged to explore deeper into themselves, and creatively utilise their inner drive. Stepping out of ones comfort zone, personally and photographically, enables a new foundation to work from in the future. The workshop will be fast paced and intensive to allow for shooting, group critiques and editing.
Laura Hynd graduated in Graphic Arts and Design and worked as a creative designer and Photography Editor before pursuing her love of making photographs.
Though her photographic work is grown out of documentary, her personal work, The Letting Go (2011) “a rich and personal view on perceptions of women”, has been featured in publications including
the British Journal of Photography, Firecracker, 1000 Words and Uncertain States and exhibited worldwide. Her most recent work,
Lady into Hut (2014), an exploration in transformation and family history, has been published and exhibited widely, in the UK, Portugal and India and will be on display during the Kolga Tbilisi Photo, 2014.
Laura successfully combines he personal art photography with editorial commissions. She regularly photographs for editorial clients including the Telegraph Magazine, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Stella and the Independent Magazine. She is a Visiting Lecturer at many British Universities including Nottingham Trent, Arts University Bournemouth, University of the Arts Farnham and University of West England. Laura is currently writing a fictional short story whilst producing books and multimedia pieces of her work. She lives and works in London.
For detailed information ( also infos on flights and hotels) please contact
Tina Schelhorn: firstname.lastname@example.org, +49 176 63426448