Photographers' Dining Club

‘Photographers for Lunch’ Podcast 002 – Antonio Olmos

Antonio Zazueta Olmos and I sat down and talked about his recently published ‘The Landscape of Murder’. The conversation covered a lot of ground, including setting project constraints, the process of publishing the book, promoting your work, and as always a…

‘Photographers for Lunch’ Podcast 001 – Niall McDiarmid

Niall and I sat down over lunch and talked about making his Crossing Paths project happen. This is the ‘premier’ episode of ‘Photographers for Lunch’ podcast, hope you enjoy it. Crossing Paths – A Portrait of Britain By Niall McDiarmid. Available…

Photographer Interview – Jo Metson Scott

1. Could you give us a brief introduction to ‘The Grey Line’ and how the project began?  In 2007, when on assignment in Indiana, USA, I met Robert, a 19-year-old man who had decided to go AWOL from the army…

Photographers Interview – Jasper White

1. So, what’s working life like for an agency represented photographer? I’ve been working in advertising photography for the last ten years for many international clients,  working life involves a lot of pitching and hard work for each job won,…

Different Kinds of ‘Stuck’

On the 4th of July we held the first ever ‘Start Up’ Photo Talks & Diner at the Alma in south London. The theme of the evening explored how personal projects can help photographers get out of the ‘Dip’. The ‘Dip’,…

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