With Claire Maxfield
What is this process?
This is a camera-less early photography technique invented by Fox Talbot using sunlight as a reactor with natural materials to make exciting images on coated paper.
How will a Lumen Print workshop benefit your students?
A fun and creative workshop that will add value to the National Curriculum Studies in Art, Science, Geography & Natural History.
What is the framework of the Workshop?
I can offer the workshop as an after school session lasting for one hour to a group of 10 students. An introduction of the technique and a display of examples will be followed by an initial group ideas planning session then practical image making. Alternatively it can be adapted to fit your timetabled curriculum for Art or Science, and extend over several sessions to create a project.
What are the Costs?
The afterschool workshop can be offered to students at a cost of £16 each per session. For any other requirement we can discuss your needs and supply a quotation.
A Brief Biography
I have 20 plus years teaching experience at GCSE, AS, and A2 in both the private and mainstream sectors, after school clubs and youth work. Educated to BA in Fine Art (1990) and Master of Fine Art in Photography (2019) Post 16 teaching Qualification and an Updating DBS Certificate.
Are there other Photography Workshop Options?
Yes! I can offer workshops and after school sessions in Pinhole Photography, Giant Camera Photography (this unique workshop uses a Landrover as a camera body) Photograms, Film processing and Darkroom Printing.