East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass For Up To Two with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman

East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass For Up To Two with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman

East London, London

£313
Valid for 1 years

“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, learn to see and photograph moments of the everyday whilst uncovering the cultural evolution of one of London’s most diverse and vibrant areas.

To find out more about this tour and Stuart please see description below as well as watch an introduction video on Stuart's channel.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a private three-hour photography tour and masterclass for one or two people
  • 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 for years between London and New Delhi, Stuart Freedman has covered stories from Albania to Zambia working on assignment for some of the world’s leading magazines like Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and the Sunday Times Magazine. Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards from amongst others, Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Awards, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Stuart grew up in the East End in the 1970s, then a byword for grim, inner-city poverty now a motif of urban renewal. This experience reconnects him with his past after decades living and working across the world.

Influenced by the work of such seminal photographers as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard, the experience is also formed around Stuart’s lecturing on (humanist) documentary photography, its history and future. The experience is strong on art, composition, colour and conversation; walking, humour and (often) coffee with a real Eastender. Expect to see London in a different light.

See Stuart's website for more of his work

Description

Based for years between London and New Delhi, Stuart Freedman has covered stories from Albania to Zambia working on assignment for some of the world’s leading magazines like Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and the Sunday Times Magazine. Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards from amongst others, Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Awards, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Stuart grew up in the East End in the 1970s, then a byword for grim, inner-city poverty now a motif of urban renewal. This experience reconnects him with his past after decades living and working across the world.

Influenced by the work of such seminal photographers as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard, the experience is also formed around Stuart’s lecturing on (humanist) documentary photography, its history and future. The experience is strong on art, composition, colour and conversation; walking, humour and (often) coffee with a real Eastender. Expect to see London in a different light.

See Stuart's website for more of his work

Additional Information

The experience would be most beneficial to those with at least some knowledge of documentary photography and some familiarity with the work of mid-century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, W. Eugene Smith and Robert Doisneau.

Please note that this experience is not suitable for children. Guests must be at least 18 years of age.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

  • Any time subject to guide's availability. To have a chance for the best shots, the latest booking on Saturdays is advised at 10am to avoid crowds.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least four weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Other Useful Details:

Participants will need to bring own camera and should have a good working knowledge of its functions. Whilst certainly not an experience aimed at experienced photographers, participants should have a basic working knowledge of their camera. For comfort and security please bring only one camera, with a 50mm or 35mm lens in a small unobtrusive bag.

Additional Information

The experience would be most beneficial to those with at least some knowledge of documentary photography and some familiarity with the work of mid-century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, W. Eugene Smith and Robert Doisneau.

Please note that this experience is not suitable for children. Guests must be at least 18 years of age.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

  • Any time subject to guide's availability. To have a chance for the best shots, the latest booking on Saturdays is advised at 10am to avoid crowds.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least four weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Other Useful Details:

Participants will need to bring own camera and should have a good working knowledge of its functions. Whilst certainly not an experience aimed at experienced photographers, participants should have a basic working knowledge of their camera. For comfort and security please bring only one camera, with a 50mm or 35mm lens in a small unobtrusive bag.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a private three-hour photography tour and masterclass for one or two people
  • 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

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, learn to see and photograph moments of the everyday whilst uncovering the cultural evolution of one of London’s most diverse and vibrant areas.

To find out more about this tour and Stuart please see description below as well as watch an introduction video on Stuart's channel.

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Description

Based for years between London and New Delhi, Stuart Freedman has covered stories from Albania to Zambia working on assignment for some of the world’s leading magazines like Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and the Sunday Times Magazine. Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards from amongst others, Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Awards, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Stuart grew up in the East End in the 1970s, then a byword for grim, inner-city poverty now a motif of urban renewal. This experience reconnects him with his past after decades living and working across the world.

Influenced by the work of such seminal photographers as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard, the experience is also formed around Stuart’s lecturing on (humanist) documentary photography, its history and future. The experience is strong on art, composition, colour and conversation; walking, humour and (often) coffee with a real Eastender. Expect to see London in a different light.

See Stuart's website for more of his work

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Description

Based for years between London and New Delhi, Stuart Freedman has covered stories from Albania to Zambia working on assignment for some of the world’s leading magazines like Time, Der Spiegel, Newsweek and the Sunday Times Magazine. Stuart’s work has been recognised through numerous awards from amongst others, Amnesty International, Pictures of the Year, The World Sports Photo Awards, The Royal Photographic Society, The Association of Photographers and the World Press Masterclass.

Stuart grew up in the East End in the 1970s, then a byword for grim, inner-city poverty now a motif of urban renewal. This experience reconnects him with his past after decades living and working across the world.

Influenced by the work of such seminal photographers as W Eugene Smith, Mary Ellen Mark and William Albert Allard, the experience is also formed around Stuart’s lecturing on (humanist) documentary photography, its history and future. The experience is strong on art, composition, colour and conversation; walking, humour and (often) coffee with a real Eastender. Expect to see London in a different light.

See Stuart's website for more of his work

Opening Times

Monday to Saturday subject to Stuart Freedman's availability. The latest time for Saturday bookings 10am to avoid crowds.

Additional Information

The experience would be most beneficial to those with at least some knowledge of documentary photography and some familiarity with the work of mid-century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, W. Eugene Smith and Robert Doisneau.

Please note that this experience is not suitable for children. Guests must be at least 18 years of age.

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

  • Any time subject to guide's availability. To have a chance for the best shots, the latest booking on Saturdays is advised at 10am to avoid crowds.

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least four weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Other Useful Details:

Participants will need to bring own camera and should have a good working knowledge of its functions. Whilst certainly not an experience aimed at experienced photographers, participants should have a basic working knowledge of their camera. For comfort and security please bring only one camera, with a 50mm or 35mm lens in a small unobtrusive bag.

How it works

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    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.

East End Revival: Private Photography Tour & Masterclass For Up To Two with Photo Journalist, Stuart Freedman