RPS House 337 Paintworks Bath Road Bristol United Kingdom BS4 3AR
Monday 21 October 2019
09:30 - 18:30
Opening Hours: Gallery Closed
Admission Fee: £170 / £150 members & concessions
By the end of this workshop you will have an understanding of the potential for your images within the book format as well as a vision for how your current project could be presented as a successful photobook.
Places are limited to 7 and early booking is advised.
To supply in advance:
30-100 images. 1500pxl jpg along the long edge together with captions in the file names where appropriate, together with a short (max. 250 words) written introduction to your project. We will print these out for the workshop.
One or more photobooks that influence or inspire your work.
0930. Arrive and settle
1000. Introduction to book design
1100. Cohort project intros (c.5 mins each)
1200. Session 1.
1245. Session 2.
1400. Session 3.
1445. Session 4.
1530. Session 5.
1630. Session 6.
1715. Session 7.
Victoria Forrest is an award-winning book designer, who has designed for a wide variety of highly prestigious clients for over a decade. Since her MA in Communications at the Royal College of Art, Victoria has created designs for world-renowned British artists: Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor and Sarah Lucas, master photographers: Paul Graham, Elliott Erwitt and Mark Power, publishing houses: Chronicle, Koenig Books, teNeues, Steidl, museums and galleries: Gagosian Gallery, Hayward Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery and the Royal Academy, as well as Magnum, Getty Images and HRH The Prince of Wales. Victoria writes for The Bookseller and is a Visiting Lecturer for the MA Photography Courses at Falmouth and UWE.
Under her imprint VIKA Books, Victoria designs ‘groundbreaking’ (British Journal of Photography) multimedia publications at the crossover between traditional book arts and creative technologies. Her immersive book designs regularly win innovation awards, including InnovateUK's Audience of the Future (2018, 2019) and SWCTN Immersion Awards (2019) and have been shortlisted for FutureBook, Media Innovation and D&AD.
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