In part one of two workshops by famed fashion photographer Ivanho Harlim, participants will be taught to harness a key tool of every fashion photographer– inspiration – and where to find it. Learn more about the history of fashion photography, the movers and shakers of the industry and the works that brought them success. This workshop is part of an engaging series of developmental programs by youth arts festival Noise Singapore.
When: 18 Oct 2008, 2 – 4pm
Where: Kenzo Room, Level 2, Gallery Hotel
Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the workshop title, your name, NRIC and contact number, or call 6344 2953
About Ivanho Harlim
Ivanho started concentrating on Photography when he came back to Singapore in 2001, having done a BA in Advertising and a MA in Communications at RMIT, Melbourne. A regular contributor to local and regional magazines, he’s shot for advertising clients such as Nike, Nokia and Levi's. As a result of his photographic style, he has also often been associated with the youth and music culture, leading to forming long-term collaborations with designers like Woods & Woods and culture publications such as Juice. His recent work has been published in 'Modern Menswear' (Laurence King), a book documenting the rise of menswear design in fashion.