14-17 March 2020 - The NEC, Birmingham

2020 speaker profiles

Edmond Terakopian

The Daily Mirror named Edmond Terakopian as the author of one of the world’s most iconic photographs, referring to his photograph from the July 7th terrorist bombings in London. One of these photographs was also been published in “100 Photos of the 21st Century” by Editions de la Martiniere.

Edmond is a World Press Photo award winner and a British Press Awards Photographer of the Year. He started as a news photographer in 1989, working his way up through the regional, national and international newspapers, magazines and wire agencies. He has participated in several group and solo exhibitions, exhibiting in over 80 cities worldwide, and has also been published in numerous books.

Edmond’s main area of interest is photojournalism and documentary photography. He’s also a passionate street photographer, devoting himself to documenting daily life on the streets. To date, he has amassed over 60 awards and nominations, nationally and internationally, for his photography and film making. Alongside his professional editorial and commercial assignments, he also works on long term personal projects. He has given talks for Apple, Canon, Leica, Nik Software, Olympus and SnapperStuff, alongside holding bespoke one on workshops. More recently, he has formed a close working relationship with Panasonic Lumix, shooting award winning work with the G9 and was part of the team launching the new S1 and S1R cameras in Barcelona. He was also commissioned by Panasonic to shoot magery for the international launch campaign for the Lumix S Pro 24- 70mm f2.8 lens.

He has also been invited to judge several photographic competitions of note, including the British Press Awards, Russian Press Photographer Of The Year, Press Photographers Association of Ireland annual competition, the RAF Photographic Competition and the Metropolitan Police Historical Society's Photographic Competition.

All sessions by Edmond Terakopian

Shooting an international campaign

15:30 - 16:00