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Meet The Authors: Is This Something?

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An Evening With York Place Studios

To celebrate the launch of House of Photography’s new book shop, photographers, Fujifilm collaborators and authors of the internationally acclaimed book “Is This Something?”, Dominique and Liam Shaw (York Place Studios) are joined on stage by fellow documentarian and founder of the world-renowned “This Is Reportage” competition Alan Law for an in-depth, open discussion on the art of documentary photography. 
The evening will follow an interview format, with the opportunity for audience members to pose questions and contribute to this wide-ranging discussion on the process of creating unposed photographs from seemingly insignificant occurrences. Liam and Dominique will also be signing copies of their book which will be available for purchase as the FUJIFILM House of Photography becomes the first partner bookshop for this popular workshop title. 
Join us for an evening of learning, networking and lively discussion about all things documentary and the book-making process. 


About York Place Studios

York Place Studios isn’t just a collective of four visual artists, it’s a close family team. Founded in 2006 by brother and sister team Dom & Liam Shaw and joined in 2012 by their brother Alex and Dom’s husband Matt, York Place has grown from a local seaside studio to one of the most internationally recognised and respected brands in the world of wedding photography. 

The mission of York Place Studios is not just to exceed your expectations of what wedding photography and videography should be, it’s to exceed your imagination of what it even can be. It’s to capture not just the expected beats of a wedding but the moments that really matter. It’s to photograph your wedding; not the way anyone else thinks it should be but the way it really was and the way it really felt to be there, free of the bounds of genre or stereotype. 

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