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Cromwell Road London, SW7 2RL - Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road SW7 2RL, UK

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Learn how to develop a creative business that reflects your personal identity, and express these ideas through photography.

Join architectural photographer Luke O’Donovan for this full day workshop, which interweaves business development skills with photography exercises, all centred around exploring how to grow a sustainable creative practice grounded in your own personal identity.

This session is open to those aged 18–26, and would be ideal for anyone who is looking to start the journey of turning their creative passion into a sustainable business model, or who has started their own creative business, and is interested in developing it to better reflect their own personal values and interests.

Participants of all experience levels are welcome to join this workshop, and though we will be exploring some of the ideas through photography exercises, the workshop is designed to be applicable across other creative disciplines too.

Luke O'Donovan is an architectural photographer and creative producer, based in London. Luke's practice is divided between photography commissions, creative projects, and education initiatives. His photographic work is primarily interested in the relationships between infrastructure and public architecture with communities, landscape, and place, and has been published, exhibited, and won awards internationally


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Building a Creative Practice: Business and Photography Skills Workshop (18 - 26 years)Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road SW7 2RL, UK