Street Photography Workshop

Nick Turpin

Three weekly group online classes
One personal mentoring class

February 6 - 20, 2021



Street Photography workshop -
Group Classes on : February 6, 13 and 20 -
Saturdays at 9AM EST

Contemporary Street Photographers find themselves on the creative edge of 100 years of Street Photography heritage from the first roll film Leica through the experimental early days of Paris via the cut and thrust of 60’s/70’s New York to the present digital age of global image sharing. The tradition of candid public photography remains central but everything else is an opportunity.

Nick believes that although a camera is involved, Street Photography is an intellectual pursuit, although the streets are temporarily unavailable, this is the perfect time to question your motivations, evaluate your practice, explore new directions and consider ways of releasing the straight jacket of the phrase Street Photography.

This workshop is for: All Levels

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Street Photography Workshop


Nick Turpin

Nick Turpin studied Photography at The University of Westminster in London, in 1990 he joined The Independent Newspaper shooting news, features and interview portraits. In 1998 Nick started a long career as a commercial photographer shooting above the line advertising around the world for clients such as IBM, Jaguar, Microsoft and Toyota. In 2000 Nick founded the first international Street Photography Collective iN-PUBLiC which has played a significant role in the contemporary resurgence of interest in Street Photography as an approach. In 2017 Nick’s project ‘On The Night Bus’ picturing London commuters was published to much acclaim, he is also featured in Bystander: A History of Street Photography and Street Photography Now. Nick has taught Street Photography for Tate Modern, The Discovery Channel, Apple and is an Associate Lecturer in Photography at Oxford Brookes University.
Nick is currently based in London recording the deserted streets of the financial district for his project ‘Exodus’.