OurStreets 4 Day London Photography Workshop with
Burn My Eye Collective members Joe Aguirre and Rammy Narula
and OurStreets editors Joseph Brazil and Clifton Barker
MARCH 8th – 11th, 2018
This 4 day intensive photography workshop in London is designed to help explore what it means to make pictures that feel personal to you. Deep discussions on why it is important to express yourself on photographs whether it be through street photography or portraiture, and how to go about it in an effective way. We will spend time shooting on the streets of London, analysing and critiquing the work produced, as well as doing exercises on editing and sequencing images. The participants will also be asked to put together a small presentation on the last day using the photographs made during the workshop.
Thursday, March 8 6pm – 9pm: Orientation & Introductions
Friday, March 9 10am – 6pm: Editing exercises followed by afternoon shooting
Saturday, March 10 10am – 6pm: A day of shooting followed by a critique session
Sunday, March 11 10am – 8pm: Early shoot followed by editing session & presentation
**Participants will strongly be encouraged to keep shooting outside of the workshop hours to maximise time spent in making pictures.**
Participation is limited to 15 people
Workshop fee: 550 pounds (Early bird fee: 495 pounds before January 31)
Location: Exact workshop location TBC
To apply: Please send an email to email@example.com with your contact information.
One Camera, One Lens, a lot of batteries and SD cards, Flash is optional
A laptop with an editing software for Day 3 and 4
Minimal experience and knowledge in street photography
Because this is not a technical workshop, participants are expected to be proficient with their cameras and editing softwares of choice
*A booking fee of 50% is required to make a reservation for the workshop with the rest paid on the first day of the workshop.*
*Accommodation, transport, and food are not included in the fee.*
*In the event the workshop is cancelled for any reason OurStreets will refund the workshop booking fee, but will not be responsible for the reimbursements of any travel or hotel expenses. We strongly recommend making flexible travel and accommodation arrangements.*
About the mentors
Joe Aguirre (joeaguirrephotography.com) is a San Francisco based photographer who uses his photographs as a way to communicate his relationship with his surroundings to the world. Joe joined international street photography collective Burn My Eye in 2016. In 2017, Joe was in featured in 100 Great Street Photographs, a book curated by David Gibson, and published by Prestel Publishing in 2017.
Rammy Narula (rammynarula.com), the newest member of Burn My Eye photography collective, is a street photographer from Thailand. In 2016 his project “Platform 10”, a photographic series shot on a single platform of the Bangkok Central Train Station, was published as a photobook by Peanut Press, a publishing house in New York. He also had one of his photographs included in 100 Great Photographs, a book curated by David Gibson, and published by Prestel Publishing in 2017.
Joseph Brazil (instagram.com/j0brazil/) is a working English photographer that uses street photography and modern portraiture as influences in his professional approach. He is the founder of OurStreets and DeathB4Digital and an avid patron of the arts.
Clifton Barker (instagram.com/cliftonbarker), based in Houston TX, is a photographer focused on longterm narratives within rural communities. He is currently working on a project in conjunction with MOMA Houston and Houston Center of Photography as one of the 2018 Artists in Residence for a study of a small Texas oil town. He is also an admin and curator for OurStreets and DeathB4Digital platforms.