Saturday, 23 April 2022: Milan 6pm – 8pm / London 5pm – 7pm / NYC 12pm – 2pm / Los Angeles 9 – 11am
Class fee: £30
Limited number of participants: 50 (20x individual class tickets and 30x course tickets)
Live on Zoom
Purchase the entire Working in Photography Today course (including 2 portfolio reviews) here.
The Working in Photography Today course is an opportunity for photographers and other creatives to gain insights and direction for building a successful career in photography from four industry experts: Emily Keegin, photo director of IBM; Olivia Gideon Thomson, founder and director of photo agency WeFolk; Chiara Bardelli-Nonino, photo editor of Vogue Italia; and Federica Angelucci, senior partner at Stevenson Gallery.
Chiara Bardelli-Nonino’s Working in Fashion Photography Today class will give participants a unique understanding of the behind-the-scenes decisions made by fashion magazines and brands when selecting and commissioning fashion photographers.
The class will be divided into a one-hour presentation and one-hour seminar, when audience participation is invited, with allocated time for a Q&A and group discussion.
Chiara Bardelli-Nonino holds an MA in Philosophy; her dissertation looked at post-mortem photography. She is now senior visual editor of Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue, the editor of Vogue.it’s photography section, and a curator for the Photo Vogue Festival, where fashion is explored from a sociopolitical point of view. Her focus on contemporary photography also sees her working on independent editorial and curatorial work and juries. Recent projects include the co-curation of Aperture Summer Open: Delirious Cities and Looking On: Sguardi e prospettive sulla nuova fotografia italiana, and the curation of Paolo Roversi – Studio Luce, the largest monographic exhibition on the Italian photographer’s work, and the accompanying book designed by M/M Paris. She has also collaborated with, among others, the British Journal of Photography, PhMuseum, the Photocaptionist, Flash Art, Foam Magazine, Canon Student Development Programme, Metronom Gallery, Marsèll Paradise, and Creative Review.