Free with your Exhibition Ticket
2pm – 3pm – Panel Discussion – The Hilton Hotel, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DT – Hawking Room
How to turn your hobby into something more – advice for photographers.
If you love photography but want to make it more than a hobby, what do you do? It can be tough balancing photography with the rest of your life, but there is a way! The more you can follow your passion the better, right?
Join our panellists who will tell you how they’ve turned their passion for photography into more than a hobby. We have someone who has built a following on Instagram and helped their followers; photographers who have popular websites that have generated side income; and full-time photography business owners. You’ll also get to ask them questions to help you in your photography journey.
Sohini has a full-time job running a recruitment agency in Cambridge. She also runs a popular Instagram account – Cambridge Bengali. She talks about why she set up the account and what it takes to build a following. She’s turned her passion for photography into something she shares with thousands of people.
Duncan his a Senior Art Director by day and his fills the rest of his time with side projects such as Mad Mods and a Camera. He’s been following the scene across the UK, and beyond, since 2015 – riding with them, going to their events and getting to know them. The result? A unique record, celebrating how original Mods and a new generation are keeping the culture alive.
Jemima is the founder of Jemima Willcox Photography and The Willcox Collective. A Cambridge-based brand portrait photographer, Jemima creates amazing brand portraits of diverse interesting people.
Martyn is a senior director who has worked in, and for, the life science sector for over 40 years. He’s also had a photographic sideline since 2018, providing photography services in the healthcare and biotech arenas. He brings his passion for photography and life sciences together to run his business – Photography for Healthcare & Biotech.
Book Your Place For The Cambridge Photography Show
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