Lens Think Yorkshire – Xmas Social

Lens Think Yorkshire is run by Jo Coates who shared work at Photo Scratch earlier this year. This Christmas gathering sounds like a festive treat!

Picture: Al Brydon

L E N S    T H I N K   Y O R K S H I R E

C H R I S T M A S   E V E N T   – S H E F F I E L D  

30th November 2017
Doors: 6:30pm
Event starts: 6.45pm
Hagglers Corner, 586 Queens Road, Sheffield
RSVP: hello@joannecoates.co.uk

Thursday November 30th  will see the very last social of 2017  for Lens Think Yorkshire, A bi-monthly social in Yorkshire to meet, share work, ideas, & develop photography in the North. The night will see a trio of talented speakers, talking about how they make it work in Photography. Photographers from across Sheffield will take to the intimate venue of Hagglers Corner for an informal night to celebrate Lens Think’s first year.


Al Brydon is a UK based photographer and co-founder of the Inside the Outside collective.He currently resides in South Yorkshire, on the edge of the Peak District. This relatively recent move back to his home triggered connections with the landscape in ways he never realised were possible. The landscape and the long departed people who lived and worked within it sing songs. He’s trying to learn to listen.

Darren O’Brien is a Sheffield based Documentary photographer and photojournalist currently working for Guzelian Photo agency. His work regularly appears in the national press including the guardian, the times and the daily Telegraph.  Darren has exhibited across the UK and his project “Anywhere But Home” was published as a book by Brown Owl Press.

Chelsea Abbot is a recent graduate of  Sheffield Hallam university where she won the Best in Show award for her work.

Alongside the talks will be a festive print swap and the chance to meet talent from across the region – and you’re invited to come and take a look.

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