LPA launches open day for unsigned photographers

Lisa Pritchard Agency is holding a free portfolio review day for unsigned photographers on May 21.

Lisa Pritchard Agency is holding a free portfolio review day for unsigned photographers on May 21.

The event will take place at LPA’s London office on Old Street, Shoreditch. Photographers will receive a 15 minute portfolio review, in which staff will give feedback and advice on developing work to gain more commissions.

LPA will also give talks on the agency’s production division, explaining the different production aspects of complex and large scale shoots.

It’s the first open day the agency has held and places are limited so if you’re interested in attending, email bryony@lisapritchard.com by May 7. Applicants will be contacted by May 9.

To find out more about the agency or for details on its annual student challenges and futures scheme, see lisapritchard.com

Image: Sarah Cresswell

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