On January 11, 2016, the Leica Street Photography Workshop with Matt Stuart and Jesse Marlow is starting in Bangkok. Organized by Loopers Collective, the four day workshop will be held in the event rooms of the Gaysorn Plaza, a luxury shopping centre in the heart of the city. The workshop is sponsored by the Leica Store in Bangkok.
On the first day of the event, Stuart and Marlow will present their work and the theory behind street photography, before participants presents their own portfolios. On the second and third days, the participants are shown specific techniques, which they will then be able to try out directly with the help of the photographers. The fourth day will be dedicated to editing together the pictures that have been taken.
Matt Stuart was born in 1974 and grew up in London. The photographer is constantly on the move with his Leica, capturing bizarre and curious moments of everyday life on the streets of London. Proof of his sense of humour can be found in the M Magazine No. 2.
Marlow, just like Stuart, is a member of iN-PUBLIC, an international collective of street photographers. In 2006, the Australian was selected for the World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass and has already published various photo books.
Further information can be found at: Loopers Collective