East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman

East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman

East London, London

£300

“I can guarantee that if you take this walk you will never look at the city in quite the same way again” SEEN London

Why we love it

Join celebrated documentary photojournalist Stuart Freedman and explore London’s East End. From the edge of Brick Lane to hipster Hoxton, charge up your camera and capture the neighbourhood's cultural evolution, learning the tricks of the trade from a professional whose work has been published by the likes of Time and Newsweek.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a private three-hour photography tour and masterclass for one or two people, brought to you by SideStory
  • Learn the tricks of the photographic trade from renowned photo journalist, Stuart Freedman
  • From the edge of Brick Lane to Hoxton, explores the evolution of the East End through your lens

Description

Based between London and Dehli, photographer Stuart Freeman’s work has been featured in global publications such as Life, Geo, Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and The Sunday Times Magazine. Covering stories from Haiti to Afghanistan, Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards, including Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Award, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Growing up in the East End during the 1970’s, Stuart Freeman’s imagination was engrossed by the politics of the time and influenced by the work of contemporary documentary photographers such as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard.

Previously one of London’s most dilapidated areas, the East End has come alive with city slickers, entrepreneurs and independent cafes. Renowned for its cultural diversity, the area still retains much of its traditional cockney chirp and soul.

From the edge of Brick Lane to hipster Hoxton, this photography experience will reveal what once was, and what is still to come for London’s East End. Charge up your camera and capture the neighbourhood's cultural renaissance while picking up useful hints and tips from a world renowned photographer.

Description

Based between London and Dehli, photographer Stuart Freeman’s work has been featured in global publications such as Life, Geo, Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and The Sunday Times Magazine. Covering stories from Haiti to Afghanistan, Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards, including Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Award, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Growing up in the East End during the 1970’s, Stuart Freeman’s imagination was engrossed by the politics of the time and influenced by the work of contemporary documentary photographers such as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard.

Previously one of London’s most dilapidated areas, the East End has come alive with city slickers, entrepreneurs and independent cafes. Renowned for its cultural diversity, the area still retains much of its traditional cockney chirp and soul.

From the edge of Brick Lane to hipster Hoxton, this photography experience will reveal what once was, and what is still to come for London’s East End. Charge up your camera and capture the neighbourhood's cultural renaissance while picking up useful hints and tips from a world renowned photographer.

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  • Grab some global street food Thursday to Saturday at lively market Dinerama

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue.

Participants will need to bring their own camera and should have a good working knowledge of its functions.

This experience is available Monday to Saturday subject to Stuart Freedman's availability.

At least 7 days' notice is required for any cancellations or amendments to bookings.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

We also recommend

  • Wander the eclectic range of stalls at Old Spitalfields Market
  • Explore Shoreditch’s street art scene on walking tour with Karim Samuels
  • Grab some global street food Thursday to Saturday at lively market Dinerama

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue.

Participants will need to bring their own camera and should have a good working knowledge of its functions.

This experience is available Monday to Saturday subject to Stuart Freedman's availability.

At least 7 days' notice is required for any cancellations or amendments to bookings.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least two weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Location

(exact meeting point will be arranged after booking)

SideStory – “East End Revival” Walking Tour (exact meeting point will be arranged after booking)

East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman

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