Women in the Industry
Finding magic in the everyday with Joanna Sellick | Women in the Industry
Open to all.
Saturday 28th September, 12:00pm – 3:00pm
As a creative, we all need a way of finding inspiration to fuel our work. For some, inspiration is found in the lyrics of a song, inexpensive props and costumes, old pieces of art – sometimes it hits after hours of scrolling through Pinterest. But what if I told you there was a way to train your mind to find inspiration in the everyday objects around you? Those books stacked on the shelf could be the door to an ancient land. That dying plant on your windowsill could be home to a host of fantasy creatures. This seminar aims to train your mind to think outside the box, so that next time you are stuck in a creative rut, you only have to look around!
Finding inspiration doesn’t have to be hard or expensive.
- Presentation and introduction covering:
- Demonstration and practical elements
Joanna Claire is a self-taught photographer, specialising in Fine Art self-portraiture. Her narrative work often incorporates fantasy or fairy-tale themes, and is often a reflection of her present struggles, dreams, and whimsical thoughts. Since launching her Instagram for photography in 2017 with her first 52 week project, Joanna Claire has had works published, represented Sony at The Photography Show in Birmingham, and has been selected for this year’s Top Talent programme by Adobe.
FB: Photography by Joanna Claire
Established in 1997, Wex Photo Video has helped over 800,000 photographers and videographers achieve their goals. Wex’s dedication to service, expertise and customer satisfaction is underpinned by competitive prices and the largest range of any UK photo and video retailer, with over 19,000 products. The website is complemented by a specialist Customer Contact team, Showroom and extensive online content. Customers can contact Wex seven days a week by phone, email, live chat, social media or in person.