The Michael Hallett Conversations are a series of informal conversations in which Dr Hallett talks to eminent practitioners in the media about their work, their career and their life. The conversations are part of our Masters in Creative Media programme.
Michael Hallett is one of Britain’s foremost photographers, internationally published photo historian and an Associate Academic of the University. Until recently he was chair of the Royal Photographic Society’s Distinction Advisory Board and is a Research Fellow of Birmingham City University.
You are invited to the following conversations this semester. Your students are also welcome to come along, of course.
Monday, December 5th, EE1061, 12.45: Roger Tooth, Head of Photography, Guardian News and Media (see attached poster)
Roger Tooth has worked for the Guardian for 28 years and has immense experience as a picture editor and photographer. He is a recipient of the Royal Photographic Society’s Fenton Medal.
Each conversation will last about 50 minutes.