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Talks & Events

Theme-Led Discussion

Fashion Today

Thu 6 Nov, 18.30

 (c) Wendy Bevan, for Schon Magazine, 2013

(c) Wendy Bevan, for Schon Magazine, 2013

(c) Wendy Bevan, for Schon Magazine, 2013

 (c) Wayne Tippetts

(c) Wayne Tippetts

(c) Wayne Tippetts

 Perry Curties

Perry Curties

(c) Perry Curties

INFO

Join Paul Bevan, artist, photographer, writer and lecturer with over 20 years experience in education in discussion with emerging and mid career fashion photographers: Wendy Bevan, Perry Curties and Wayne Tippetts.

Paul Bevan is Course Leader, MA Fashion Photography at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts. He has worked in education for over 20 years, developing and leading photography courses across FdA, BA and MA level in the context of art and design. He has exhibited and presented his work internationally. He is currently working on a book On Fashion Photography. 

After graduating from art college in 1996 Perry Curties spent 5 years assisting a number of high profile photographers in London and New York and has since become a highly regarded fashion photographer working with a wide mix of commercial and editorial clients. In 2003 Curties launched 125 Magazine a ‘gallery space in-print’ offering photographers an open and unbiased platform for new and inspiring work. He also lectures at universities around the UK.

Wendy Bevan is a London based photographer and musician, expressing her ideas through a vast array of media that spans visual imagery, immersive, experiential artworks and musical performance. Bevan regularly contributes and is commissioned as a photographer by leading international fashion publications from I-d, to Vogue Italia, and has exhibited and performed as a solo artist/musician, throughout the UK and Europe. Her most recent solo art show Slow Light opened in May 2014 at London's COB gallery. The show was an exploration of the self portrait, captured through polaroid film, triple exposures, light and music. The exhibit showcased her ideas through photographic prints, projections, and a music installation created with sounds from her violin.

Wayne Tippets was based in Jamaica in the 1990s where he taught photography part time at the Edna Manley College in Kingston and worked on a project photographing the women and daring homemade outfits of the Jamaican dancehall music scene. This experience brought together his love of street and style. Extending these interests, he started the site Street Style Aesthetic in 2008, running it with the tag line, “It’s not just the clothes – it’s the people who wear them”.  Since then, his practice unites his experience as a photojournalist–with a career that started in 1985–and as an editorial photographer shooting for the page and supplying fashion agencies such as Blau Blut Edition in Germany and in the UK the agency Rex Features. He also shoots editorial features, advertising and PR campaigns.


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