There are still some places remaining for our Digital Photography Portfolio Building Course with Tom Arber. In advance of the course, which starts this Saturday 18 June, Tom’s tells us a little more about the course and a recent project that he refined into a final portfolio of images. To book a place on the course online, click here.
I am really looking forward to the upcoming portfolio course, working to build the skills of photographers and support them in the creation of a high quality and personal portfolio. Over the 5 weeks we will develop skills in, not only taking better images, but also considering how a set or sequence or images works, how selecting the best images is key and how digital post-production can help to bring fresh life into images.
WitShop are Jakob Creswell-Rost and Freya Hawtin. We create design-led stationery and gifts with a paired back aesthetic, splashes of colour and a hint of wit. Our designs include calendars, recipe notecards and kitchen towels. We are both from Yorkshire but are now based on the shores of Brighton to be closer to the sea and to be a part of Brighton’s creative buzz.
Photographer Tom Arber discusses his approach to photography. Tom will be leading a number of photography workshops over the next few months in response to Martin Parr’s exhibition, ‘The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories’. Full Details of each workshop can be found here.
‘For me an image doesn’t have to be perfect – it’s about communicating what you see without having to explain anything. I want to get across a story, a moment or an event in one (or sometimes across a set of images).
My studio practice combines a passion for plants, drawing and print. I work with vinyl-lino and the everyday, natural things that surround me. Walks with my dog across local fields give me the time to appreciate all that is bright and beautiful. Much of my inspiration comes from hedgerows – the chaotic tangle of plants they hide have a special appeal as ever-changing, living sculptures. I love the search for the unusual and peculiar amongst the ordinary and familiar. Read more
Established in 2012, Little Lost Soul offers a range of clothing and accessories made with high quality materials and fabrics to create original, easy to wear designs that reach an effortless balance between comfort and style. Read more
Launched in London in 2011, Dorus Mhor (meaning ‘great open door’ in Gaelic), is the brainchild of Scottish designer Elizabeth Bloom and the latest jewellery collection on sale in the gallery shop. Retail Assistant Ellie Churchill had a brief chat with her to find out more about her inspiration behind the unique designs.