A Zoom talk by John Walmsley organised by Redeye at 6pm on Tuesday 15th Sept.
It’s free but you’d need to register beforehand.
It’s about being organised and business-like from the beginning, even from before leaving college, so you don’t inadvertently lose the copyright of your work, and would be in a stronger position to be paid for unauthorised uses. There are some simple boxes to be ticked along the way. No need for pages of legalese.
John Walmsley has been a freelance documentary photographer since leaving Art School in 1968. His final year project on A.S. Neill and his democratic school, Summerhill, was published by Penguin Books in 1969 and his work has been published in 1,000+ books worldwide. In the 70s he was a part-time lecturer at the AA School of Architecture, London. He worked with the writer, Leila Berg, for 35 years producing numerous books on childhood. His work is also held at the National Portrait Gallery, the National Art Library at the V&A, the V&A Museum of Childhood, the Tate Britain Library and la Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
John’s new website