Talking Culture - NZIPP Showcase (NZ)

Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium • 17 June

Hours 2pm - 4pm
Where Cnr Kitchener & Wellesley StCBD
  021 299 1957
  www.nzipp.org.nz
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Artists Various NZIPP Photographers
Theme Talking Culture

An exciting event for Auckland photographers, aspiring amateurs, students and professionals alike will take place during Auckland Festival of Photography, as some of NZIPPs most renowned photographers share their journeys to becoming successful professionals through self-expression, creativity and good old fashioned hard work. 

An exciting event for Auckland photographers, aspiring amateurs, students and professionals alike will take place during Auckland Festival of Photography, as some of NZIPPs most renowned photographers share their journeys to becoming successful professionals through self-expression, creativity and good old fashioned hard work. 

Well recognized for their craftsmanship, these speakers will inspire you to strive for excellence in your daily photographic work. You will discover how creating your art will support your business as a professional photographer. 

You will find out how to take the leap to monetise your creativity and to stand out from the crowd. In this digital age, as photography has become so abundant, it becomes harder than ever to show a personal vision in the field of photography. 

The New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography [NZIPP] aims to champion, embrace and communicate excellence in professional photography. In the current environment with so many entering the industry there is more reason than ever to maintain the highest standards & further educate yourself.  

You will hear how entering (& winning) the Iris Awards helped these professionals in their personal journey to success. You will also learn the steps they took to build their careers without compromising their creative integrity. 

This talk will also help your transition to becoming a successful professional photographer. Get amongst the inspiration and education; challenge yourself and achieve more. 

Speakers:  

Ollie Dale, FNZIPP is the President of the NZIPP, grew up in the house of a photojournalist, and has extensive experience in most genres of commercial photography. He is "hungry to learn and happy to share" Ollie is the official photographer of Auckland International Airport. 

Rachel Jordan, FNZIPP runs a successful studio Two Little Starfish in Kerikeri. She has over 18 years’ experience, specialising in weddings, creative and fine art portraiture. Rachel’s work has received over 30 professional photography awards. 

Russell Hamlet, MZIPP has carved out one of the most successful family portraiture businesses in the country, capturing the lives of people and the love they have for each other. He is a true veteran of photography & king of the art of selling. Russell is one of the longest-serving Iris Awards judges. 

Esther Bunning, GMNZIPP is an incredible portrait and lifestyle artist. Her seductive style unites her creative eye, her fluid use of colour and her knack of capturing people with a hint of mystery. Esther has taken story telling through portraiture to another level with her true craftsmanship. Esther won Highest Scoring Print award at the Iris Professional Photography Awards last year. 

Kaye Davis GMNZIPP is the Chair of NZIPP Honours Council. Kaye’s art is pure magic as her practice revolves around photographic art with a love of landscape, illustrative and portraiture. She expresses and interprets the wonders of nature through photography with a timeless style. Kaye was NZIPP Photographer of the Year 2013. 

The session will conclude with a Q&A panel discussion, so bring your questions! 

PARKING 
The gallery has an arrangement with Victoria St Carpark in weekends. Free for first hour and $2.50 each hour after that. You must get your ticket validated at the gallery.



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