Join acclaimed Australian photographer Jarrad Seng as he shares some of his most valuable advice to pursuing the job of your dreams and to stand up to new challenges in the process.
Jarrad has travelled around the world photographing incredible natural scenes, worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Matt Corby, Angus and Julia Stone and did you catch him on Australian Survivor? That guy gets around! In a rare exclusive event - experience Jarrad's incredible visions, stories and life lessons from his adventures as a professional photographer.
We acknowledge that this program will take place on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar peoples and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.
About the facilitator
Jarrad Seng is an Australian-based photographer, filmmaker and creative director. Jarrad has established himself as one of Australia's most prolific creatives, working on projects as diverse as international tours, tourism campaigns, art installations, short films and charity projects at home and abroad. His unique approach to creativity has helped him garner an online fanbase exceeding 400,000+ and ambassadorships with major brands Canon, Qantas and Converse. Jarrad's work has been viewed by tens of millions worldwide and showcased in exhibitions around the world.
WHEN: Saturday 8 September, 3.00 – 5.00pm
WHERE: State Library of WA, Theatre
WHO: For all ages!
PRICE: $10 Propel Members | $15 Non-members
Please book your place in advance, as we will not be accepting cash on the day.
Mosaic is a crowdsourcing photography project and free public exhibition, harnessing the potential of imagery to connect people, places and moments. Every photograph in Mosaic reveals a personal story and a unique moment in time, forming a collective memory of our life and culture in WA.
Presented by Propel in partnership with the City of Perth, MOSAIC is a truly unique project that explores the collective memory of Western Australians. From Elizabeth Quay to Esperance, Applecross to Albany, each photograph tells an individual story about each of our participants, whilst forming a collective narrative about a day in WA.