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The Association of Photographers (AOP) launch a series of breakfast talks with the most influential figures from the photographic community. A number of the talks will be of particular interest to BPH readers.

Talk 2 – Tuesday 9 June 09:00-10:00 - Commissioning Editors
With the COVID-19 dominating the headlines, how are the commissioning editors of the press looking at imagery?
Fiona Shields, commissioning editor of The Guardian Newspaper, Emma Bowkett commissioning editor FT Magazine.

Talk 3 – Tuesday 16 June 09:00-10:00 - Fine Art photography
How have you meshed your fine art brand of photography to create the images and planned work during this COVID-19 lockdown?
Julia Fullerton Batten, Othello De’Souza Hartley, Lottie Davis

Talk 4 – Tuesday 23 June 09:00-10:00 - Photojournalism
How has Covid-19 impacted your assignments and personal projects as a photojournalist, visual storyteller?
Gideon Mendel, Simon Roberts, Jillian Edelstein, Liz Hingley

Talk 5 – Tuesday 30 June 09:00-10:00 - Photography Festivals
What have been your greatest challenges managing the cancellation and delay of your eponymous Photography Festivals?
Michael Benson, Photo London, Shoair Malian, Photoworks, Scott Gray, CEO World Photography Organisation & Sony Awards

Talk 6 – Tuesday 7 July 09:00-10:00 - On-line Exhibitions
'What are the challenges and benefits creating an on-line exhibition?
Tracey Marshall, (Northern Narrative/Trace Art Collective), Karen McQuaid (the Photographer’s Gallery) Anne Braybon, (National Portrait Gallery), Del Barrett, 100Heroines

Talk 7 – Tuesday 14 July 09:00-10:00 - Virtual Galleries and Auction Houses
How does exhibiting and selling fine art photography perform on-line during the COVID-19 crisis and what will the challenges in the future for ‘real’ versus ‘virtual’ galleries and auction houses.
Ben Burdett, Director, Atlas Gallery, Brandei Estes, Head of Photography, Sotheby’s, Brett Rogers OBE, Director, Photographers Gallery

Talk 8 – Tuesday 21 July 09:00-10:00 - Reinventing On-line events
What have been your most popular on-line events hosted since the COVID 19 pandemic closed down your traditional modes of presenting?
Pranvera Smith, Founder Frontline Club, Melanie Phillips, British Journal of Photography, Shoair Mavlian, PhotoWorks

Talk 9 – Tuesday 28 July 09:00 – 10:00 – Photographic Agents
The role of the agent during and post Covid-19
Fiona Rogers, Webber Represent, Skye Trayler, Trayler & Trayler, Photographers Agent, Sophie Wright, Magnum, Rosie Wadey, East Photographic

Talk 10 – Tuesday 4 August 09:00-10:00 - Advertising Photography
As a specialist in advertising photography, what has been the impact on your
commissions?
Ed Robinson, Adam Hinton, Kelvin Murray, James Gerrad-Jones, Wyatt Clarke Agency

Talk 11 – Tuesday 11 August 09:00-10:00 Book Publishing
What impact has this COVID-19 lock-down had on the fine art photographic book publishing industry?
Stu Smith, Gost Books, Hannah Watson, Trolley Books

Talk 12 – Tuesday 18 August 09:00-10:00 - Photographic Awards
What are your challenges raising funds and creating events for your grants and photographic contests since the Corona virus pandemic has impacted daily lives on the global stage?
Harriet Logan, the Ian Parry Awards, Tristan Lund, curator, Marc Hartog, CEO 1854 Media/British Journal of Photography, Seamus McGibbon, AOP Executive Director

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