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Creativity Talks 18/9/14


Creativity Talks 18/9/14


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The third in our series of 'Creativity Talks' features Dean & Harris, the photographer and creative director behind the recent Rudeboys exhibition; Hoxton Mini Press, the innovative new publishing company; and PR supremo Michael Blow of Blow PR. 

6.30pm - 9.30pm (first lecture at 7pm)
125LIVE, 28 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DP

Photographer & Creative Director
Life after Return of the Rudeboy
Fresh from the runaway success of their recent exhibition 'Return of the Rudeboy' at Somerset House which attracted an unprecedented 50'000+ visitors, Harris and Dean join the Creativity Talks lineup to share their experiences in devising, shooting, staging and promoting this mammoth exhibition.
Return of the Rudeboy was both a social documentary project and contemporary fashion shoot presented in one of London's most sought after exhibition spaces, Dean & Harris will talk us through their careers as photographer and creative director (respectively) and how their latest collaboration came about.
Return of the Rudeboy

Fashion PR
Michael Salac - commonly known as Michael Blow within the industry - has agreed to deliver a rare public talk on his experiences as one of the most influential figures in London fashion having been instrumental in launching the labels and careers of countless young designers over the last decade.
This talk is an opportunity to gain a unique insight on the fashion industry from one of the people who has been instrumental in making London one of the most important fashion design centres in the world. 

Photographic Book Publisher
For the Love of Print
Martin Usborne is a photographer best known for his work with animals and co-founder of Hoxton Mini Press, an independent publisher of collectable art books about East London. Hoxton Mini Press works with the best photographers, illustrators and writers (both established and emerging) to make books so beautiful and charming you’ll keep them for your grandchildren.
Martin will be talking about his decision to start the Mini Press, specific books which have grabbed the attention of the public and where he see's independent niche publishing going in the future.

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