BUSINESS & LEGAL BLOG
4 December 2019
AOP & EDUCATION MATTERS
MEET THE TEAM: Gabrielle Motola
3 December 2019
Recently elected Board Member Gabrielle Motola shares an insight into how she came to be where she is today. Read on to find out what she will be bringing to the future of the AOP.
AOP AWARDS CURATOR INTERVIEW - Kathy Howes
We chat to freelance Senior Creative Producer/Art Buyer, Kathy Howes. As curator of the Still Life & Object Category of the Photography Awards, Kathy offers her advice for those considering entering.
AFFILIATED COMPANY FOCUS: Teamwork
We catch up with Affiliated Company Teamwork, who have recently relocated to London's East End. Read on to find out about the bespoke services they operate for professional photographers producing both moving image and stills.
AWARDS 2019 WINNER FOCUS: Kai Bastard
Innovation was a new category of the Open Awards 2019. For the Awards 2020 Innovative work can be entered into each Award and its subsequent categories. We catch up with Kai Bastard who won a gold for his submission into the innovation category of the AOP Open.Read More
AWARDS 2019 DISCOVERY AWARD WINNER: Gareth Williams
Are you an Assisting Photographer? Did you know you can enter the Photography Categories of the Awards for your chance to win the Discovered Member Award. This exciting award allows us to discover new talent within our Assisting Photographer membership. We talk to Gareth Williams - one of the Discovery Award winners from this years Awards to find out how it has opened doors for him, along with great advice if you are considering entering the 2020 Awards!
AWARDS 2019 WINNER FOCUS: Wendy Carrig
We talk to Wendy Carrig who won a Gold in the 2019 Awards. Wendy, a long term member, has been instrumental in reinstating the f22 group - Women Photographers at the AOP. Read more to find out about her winning image and the overall impact her continued involvement with the Awards has had on her career.Read More
Member Exhibition: Tim Motion - An Eye for the Sound
40 YEARS IN PICTURES "From early blues, contemporary jazz, folk, African, South American, World music and vocalists, to R&B and the occasional Rockers, Tim Motion’s eye for music and musicians reveals subtle depths in the performers and their music. Tim has exhibited extensively in the UK and Europe, and his work is held in private collections worldwide.”Read More