In this weeks episode we had the opportunity to have a chat with the women from Fresh From Poland.
Fresh From Poland is an art platform created in 2014 dedicated to promoting new Polish photography worldwide. The organisation supports the work of both established and up-and-coming artists through online publications, events, exhibitions, and publications.
In this episode FFP share with us about what it takes
In this weeks episode we had the opportunity to have a chat with Sebastian Nevols.
Seb is a commercial photographer that spent many years as a full time first assistant to both Nadav Kander and Tim Flach. Seb works for clients such as Arthritis UK, Plan UK, Guardian Weekend, Telegraph Magazine, National Theatre, McLaren Magazine, Audi, Wired, Royal Ascot and Shortlist.
In this episode
In this weeks episode of the WESTPHOTO podcast, Liv and Anna take on the beast of the east and venture out into snowy London to meet with the photographer Carlotta Cardana.
Whilst Carlotta often shoots editorial commissions, her personal work explores issues surrounding social identity and the relationship people have with their environment.
Throughout the interview Carlotta describes her experience so far as a
This week we had the pleasure of picking Max Barnett’s brain.
Max is an alumni from the University of Westminster’s Photographic Arts course, a photographer and the founder, editor-in-chief and creative director of PYLOT magazine.
This weeks episode strongly focuses on the reality of starting and running a magazine and we are very grateful to Max for openly sharing these experiences with us.
For episode three of the WESTPHOTO podcast, Liv and Anna speak to the architectural photographer and founder of ‘Miniclick Talks’, Jim Stephenson.
Jim began his career as an architectural technologist, taking photographs to support his practice. After some years he made the choice to start photographing full time and hasn’t looked back since.
Alongside Jim’s freelance work he runs the creative organisation Miniclick, a
For our first interview recording, we were lucky enough to chat with Zelda Cheatle.
As an expert in photography, Zelda has had a multi-facetted career working as a curator, editor, lecturer, and consultant. After several years taking photographs, Zelda began her career at The Photographers’ Gallery in London 1982. From1989-2005 she ran the Zelda Cheatle Gallery, specialising in both traditional and contemporary photographic
The WESTPHOTO Podcast is hosted by the WESTPHOTO interns Anna-Sophia John and Livia Smith who interview professionals working in the visual arts, discussing their career and relationship with photography. The aim is to highlight a sense of community between the University of Westminster and industry professionals.
For our first episode, Anna and Liv introduce themselves and the series, chatting briefly about the work experience opportunities they have
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