Photography Portfolio/Project Review Led by Daniel J Norwood & Maria Tzili
Workshop Date: 29 Mar 2022 Tuesday 18:00 - 21:00(GMT)
Location: Online via Zoom
This online portfolio and project review is aimed at photographers of any level seeking feedback and guidance on their work. We will help you identify your next steps and offer practical advice.
If you are submitting your portfolio
You will have 30 minutes in total. We suggest you present your work for a maximum of 10 minutes.
Make sure you explain the purpose of your portfolio during your presentation. Is it a commercial portfolio? If so, what kind of work are you aiming for? Is it a fine art portfolio? Do you aim to publications, galleries and/or competitions?
Your portfolio can be submitted as a PDF document or a website link. It should contain no more than 30 images accompanied by text.
If you are submitting a project
You will have 30 minutes in total. We suggest you present your work or ideas for a maximum of 10 minutes. Make sure you explain the aim of this project during your presentation.
Is your project ready, but you aren't sure how to get it in front of a wider audience? Do you need help with sequencing to keep your story coherent? Have you got an idea for a new project, but don't know where to start?
Your project can be submitted as a PDF document or a website link. It should contain no more than 10 images accompanied by text.
Participate as an attendee
Attendees can participate via chat and answer questions. At the end of the session, we will also answer some questions from the attendees.
We will present and discuss the work of a maximum of 4 photographers, with a short break between each one. If fewer than 4 photographers sign up for the review, attendees will be able to upgrade to a participant and submit their work during the session on a first come, first served basis.
About Daniel J Norwood & Maria Tzili
Daniel J Norwood is a documentary photographer. He has worked as a forensic photographer in London for ten years. He documented the area under threat from the third runway at Heathrow, and more recently explored the socio-economic and seasonal change around the motif of a rural bungalow in '21 - Remembering Srebrenica' and 'The Anchorage'. He also writes about photographic practice, both his and others, and teaches photography at FE colleges.
Maria Tzili is one of the CoFounders of Too Young Too Simple Studio. She graduated from the MA course Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster. Previously worked in the Fashion Industry and with commercial Portraiture. Her personal practice is focused on observational photography, often combined with hand written texts. She has been teaching photography and portfolio building skills over the last 7 years at various institutions.
Selected Work by Daniel J Norwoord