There are 1440 minutes in a day. In these minutes photographers capture a moment. Join Sydney Morning Herald photographers and editors in December and January for a series of seminars on their experiences covering politics, overseas assignments and major weather events.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Kate Geraghty joined the Sydney Morning Herald in 2001. One of her early assignments for the paper was to cover the Bali Bombings in Indonesia in 2002. Kate was the first female photographer that The Sydney Morning Herald sent to cover war when she went on assignment during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Kate has since been to Iraq six times to document ongoing conflict.
Kate has covered major international stories around the world including in South Asia, Africa, Europe, The Middle East and South East Asia. She has won a host of awards for her work, including 5 Walkley awards, 3 of which were for Photographer of the Year, a UN Australia Media Peace Award in 2009 and again in 2013, and in 2015 was recognised among the 100 Women of Influence awards for her photographic work.
In this seminar, she will share what it’s like to work on overseas assignments, covering war zones, refugee crises and, recently, the war on drugs in the Philippines.
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This is an any-weather event and will go ahead rain, hail or shine.
Tickets are transferable but non-refundable.
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In the event of unforeseen circumstances, and the advertised photographers or guests being unavailable, Clique will endeavour to substitute an alternative presenter. If a substitute presenter cannot be arranged, the event will be cancelled.
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