WA - DECATHLON 2019
WA - AIPP DECATHLON 2019
DATE: WEDNESDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 2019
LOCATION: THE LONDON ROOM AT THE GEORGE HOTEL, 216 ST GEORGE TERRACE, PERTH
TIME: 6.00PM START - FINISH 10.00PM
COST: MEMBERS $55 | EMERGING $40 | NON-MEMBERS $75 | STUDENTS $40 | RURAL $40
INCLUSIONS: BBQ DINNER
The Decathlon is back for 2019!
10 amazing photographers talk for 10 minutes each in the stunning setting of The George in the city. A BBQ dinner is included and you can purchase drinks at the bar.
Following is a list of speakers and their topics
Justin Griffiths - Video, Raw formats and 4K resolution
Julie Kerbel - Ten Years in Ten Minutes
Jasmine Banks -Surviving Photography Burnout
Mark Brierley - Is This Not Art?
Ty Stedman - Seeking Simplicity
Dave Walters - Life Beyond Noodles
Bath Baker - Are You A Botanist?
Jessica Truscott - Creative Self Portraits
Amber Simcoe - Following Your Creative Process
Ben Houston - Overcoming Obsticles
Its very rare to have 10 incredible photographers to share their stories in one place on one night. Bring on the new year with inspiration and conversation.
6.00pm 5 speakers
8.15pm another 5 speakers
9.30 wrap up
AIPP EPSON STATE AWARDS
The AIPP EPSON Professional Photography State Awards dates have now been set for 2018. Taking place in QLD, VIC, ACT, NSW, WA, SA, TAS and NT between February and June 2018.Learn more
APPA 2018 Dates are set
The AIPP and our Platinum Sponsors Olympus, Aon and Panasonic are thrilled to announce the dates for 2018. APPA will take place at Melbourne Park Function Centre from Saturday 25 - Monday 27 August 2018.View the category winning 2017 images
The AIPP prides itself on the scope and variety of events it runs for members. Through its local councils, we offer social gatherings to build a strong network and community and varied and interesting CPD seminars and workshops aimed at helping members continue their professional development. Each year we have a state and national level peer review photo & video competitions, aimed at helping members and non-members alike raise their own personal imaging standards.