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Women in the Industry

Exploring Manchester with Verity Milligan | Women in the Industry

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Exploring Manchester with Verity Milligan | Women in the Industry

Open to all.

Saturday 28th September, 10:00am – 2:00pm

£15


It is that time of year again where, here at Wex, we celebrate the female photographers we work with throughout the year by hosting one action-packed day in 13 locations all around the UK at the same time. Our Women in the Industry series features female photographers, videographers and editors covering all genres, showcasing the incredible work that they do and taking a step forward for equality.

Verity Milligan, an award-winning photographer and Zeiss ambassador, shares her secrets to capturing images out on-location. From landscape to architecture, her work excels in showing stunning, hidden gems around the city; you just have to see verity's list of clients including BMW, Visit Britain, Scandinavian Airlines and Robothams Architects, to see the incredible wide-angle work she creates.

In the industrial and contemporary city of Manchester you will explore the grade II listed Corn Exchange, the contemporary Beetham tower and so much more. Verity will guide you through how to grow your portfolio with ease.

 

You will need:

 

- Your camera

- A wide angle lens

- Spare battery

- A memory card

- Your ticket

Speaker

Verity Milligan

Verity Milligan

Verity is an award-winning photographer currently working out of Birmingham. She is happiest when outdoors capturing the landscape and loves to travel, both around the UK and beyond. Honing her craft for the best part of a decade, Verity has worked on commissions for organisations such as Yorkshire Tea, Visit Britain and American Express. Currently Verity writes a monthly column for Practical Photography magazine and her work has featured in local and national press outlets like the Guardian and the BBC.