Feb 082012
 

The miniclick talks are a series of free, monthly photography discussions curated by Brighton photographer, Jim Stephenson. Beginning in September 2010, the talks have now featured twelve different photographers from all walks of the genre. From fine art, to documentary, to conceptual, to commercial, to fashion and music to street and photojournalism, these informal talks are an opportunity for an audience to hear the stories behind the images and delve a little deeper into the artists intent.

Guest Speaker: Harry Watts

March marks the start of a very busy couple of months for the miniclick talks, with March, April and May packed with talks, panel discussions and screenings. You can keep up to date with all the news at www.miniclick.co.uk.

Stepping in for March, as part of our programme of free monthly photography talks, is the very talented and very dapper gent Harry Watts. For the past three fours months we’ve been concentrating on photographers that specialise in people, with Peter Dench, Luca Sage, Ewen Spencer and Chris Floyd giving great talks in November, December, January and February respectively. Harry’s work and subject matter brings something completely different to the talks and it promises to be a great evening. Harry will be talking about his own work, his route into photography and also (very interestingly) some of the people he has assisted in the past, including Simon Roberts, Clare Strand and Martin Parr.

Event Details:
Title:               Miniclick Photography Talk.
Date:              Tuesday 6 February (& monthly).
Doors:             18:30.
Entrance:       Free, Non-Ticketed.

Harry Watts:

   

You can see more of Harry’s work on his website.

“Harry Watts (b. 1987 Winchester, UK) graduated from Brighton University in 2009 with a BA in Editorial Photography. In 2009, Harry was selected by Italian Vogue for a solo exhibition at the Salvatore Ferragamo flagship store in London, and has since exhibited across the UK and internationally. Harry is currently working on the series ILLUSIONS and FINDS, along with this he assists photographer Martin Parr in his London studio”