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SA - Business Development Talk With The SA-AIPP

Date: October 08, 2019
Time: 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
All Attendees: Free
Non Members: Free
Location: Council Chambers, 115 Ellen Street Port Pirie - Council's Admin Building
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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TALK WITH THE SA- AIPP

WHEN: TUESDAY 8TH OCTOBER, 2019

TIME: 1:00PM TO 5:00PM

LOCATION: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 115 ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE - COUNCIL'S ADMIN BUILDING 

COST: FREE 


EVENT DETAILS 

James Fitzroy, Kelly Champion, David Haddy and Deanna Dunbar will deliver an afternoon full of wisdom on everything from landscape photography, travel to running long standing studios, and how they found their own niches in their given genres.

SCHEDULE 

  • 1pm - 1:10pm -Deanna Dunbar - SA-AIPP Council President Welcome 
  • 1:10 - 2pm  - James Fitzroy - First 5 Years in Business as a Landscape Photographer
  • 2pm - 2 :10pm  - JamesFitzroy - Q & A
  • 2:10pm - 2:50pm  - Kelly Champion - Choosing Award winning Documentary and Travel images
  • 2:50 - 3pm - Kelly Champion - Q & A
  • 3 - 3:20 | Coffee / Break  
  • 3:20 - 4:00 - David Haddy - How to run a studio that lasts 
  • 4:00 - 4:10 - David Haddy  - Q & A
  • 4:10 - 4:50 - Deanna Dunbar - Challenges of running Rural Business. 
  • 4:40- 4:50 - Deanna Dunbar - Q & A
  • 5pm - David Haddy  - Close 

SPEAKER DETAILS: 

James Fitzroy
James Fitzroy Outback Photography and Tours 
 
A South Australian based landscape photographer, who is a constant traveller throughout the state and beyond.
His  love of the Flinders Ranges is what James tries to convey his images, the natural beauty and light that changes by the minute. 
A relative new photographer in time spent within the  professional industry that has followed his passion and gets a huge amount of satisfaction out of guiding people with a similar enthusiasm to learn and pursue their passion.
 
 
Kelly Champion
web: www.kellychampion.com.au
 
"There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.” — Robert Frank
Kelly Champion photographs humanity. More than just a technician, she is a collector of memories, and an acute observer of the nuances of human interaction. Whether it is love and laughter or the serious moments of personal crisis, she turns her lens towards her subjects with passion, understanding and commitment to telling their stories.
 
Kelly’s love of documentary photography carries over into her work and a family and wedding photographer where she is sought after to capture the emotional connection between her clients. Creativity has always played a key part in Kelly’s life. 
 
Her love of art and photography led to Kelly graduating from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Visual Arts. She has a background in a variety of visual arts including painting and illustration. Kelly is currently enjoying combining her love of painting with photography, creating new and exciting pieces of art for her clients. 
  
Her awards include:
2018 Australian AIPP Professional Family Photographer of the Year 
2017 Australian AIPP Documentary Photographer of the Year
2019 South Australian AIPP Travel Photographer of the Year
2018 South Australian AIPP Family Photographer of the Year
2018 South Australian AIPP Documentary Photographer of the Year
2016 & 2017 South Australian AIPP Professional Photographer of the Year
2017 South Australian AIPP Documentary Photographer of the Year
2016 South Australian AIPP Documentary Photographer of the Year
2015 South Australian AIPP Emerging Photographer of the Year

 
She is an Associate of Photography (Australian Institute of Professional Photography), Accredited Professional Photographer and ambassador for Epson Australia.

  

David Haddy 
web: www.adelaideportraitstudios.com.au
David has worked as a professional photographer for 38 years, and his passion for working with people and crafting images they cherish continues to drive him.
 
Specialising in fine art, black and white portraiture of families and children, and crafting personalised art pieces, his portraits often evokes a timeless feel with a relaxed refined elegance, on location or in studio. His work continues to be held in private collections worldwide.
 
Starting his professional career in his late teens, David’s portfolio reaches across theatre/stage photography, travel, audiovisual productions, wedding and portraiture, corporate headshots, and fine art printing.
 
David got involved with the AIPP as a student (when it was the “IAP”), learning and developing through seminars, print awards and established photographers. Continuing that openness to share and learn, he later become a state council member and then SA President in the early 1990’s. In 2015 David became a Licentiate of the AIPP.  In 2019 he is again on state council, currently Vice President of SA-AIPP.
 
Many families become lifelong clients, now calling on David for the 3rd generation's family art portraits and child studies. David continues to evolve new art styles, travel to location portrait destinations, advises other studios and is an invited judge at numerous photography awards in Australia.
 
 

Deanna Dunbar
web: www.adelaideportraitstudios.com.au

Deanna is an AIPP accredited professional photographer who specialises in “Rural people and places”.

Since Establishing Deanna Photographics in 2003, her clients included LGA, Govt. and other key Agricultural businesses in the South East and Murraylands of South Australia.

Before moving into the Corporate sector she was known for her work as a wedding photographer and family portrait photographer.  Her work has been exhibited in various galleries.

Deanna has recently re-established her love of family portraiture, opening a new studio in Adelaide.

With over 15 years in the photographic industry and a "people person" she’s able to capture life’s special moments with a passion to bring out the best in others.

Deanna is currently the AIPP SA President.
 

 

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