Jonathan Lovekin

Friday 22 Sep – Sunday 24 Sep

Fri 22 Sep, 18.30 – 20.00 (at the gallery); Sat 23 Sep, 8.00 – 16.00 (locations tbc) & Sun 24 Sep, 10.00 – 18.00 (locations tbc).

Jonathan Lovekin will introduce the historical and contemporary framework for the genre of still life and food photography. Shooting alongside Lovekin, you will spend time photographing at a London market and in the studio. The emphasis will be on composition, colour and lighting.

Lunch will be provided and included in the fee.

Travel is not included and will be either on foot or by public transport.

Jonathan Lovekin is a renowned London-based photographer. He has a weekly column with Nigel Slater in the Observer, and also worked with Slater on seven books including Kitchen Diaries, Tender and Real Food. Lovekin regularly collaborates with Yotam Ottolenghi and has just completed a fourth Ottolenghi book, Nopi. He also works with Martha Stewart, Bruno Loubet and Angela Hartnett.

Utilising natural light, Lovekin creates a cool colour palate that highlights the subtle complexities within fruit and vegetables. With his emphasis on minimal composition he creates still life arrangements that exude natural and seductive beauty.

Lovekin has an MA in Architectural History, Theory and Interpretation. In addition to still life photography, he also photographs landscapes and buildings, which have been exhibited at Flowers, Purdy Hicks, Cass School of Architecture, AOCF58-Associazione Operatori Culturali Flaminia 58 in Rome and Baltic Pavilion, Venice Architectural Biennale 2016.  

Booking essential and places are limited to 12 participants. 

This workshop links with the exhibition Food for Being Looked At on our Media Wall (27 July – 8 October 2017).

£350/£335 members & concessions

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