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Teru Kuwayama talk with Saxony

Saxony are a fashion brand that seem to be supporting Photojournalist’s in an interesting way. Teru Kuwayama was invited by Saxony to come to Australia and talk about his experiences as a photographer & human being in Afghanistan. He also had his works exhibited in locations in Melbourne & Sydney. It was an interesting mix in the Audience, hi-fashion meets social activist perhaps ?? I don’t know… but one thing that was for certain was that the message seemed to be directed to a new and interesting mixed audience..this I believe is a good thing and I hope that if this was a positive experience for Teru, then I hope this can be a benefit for other photojournalist out there today…

Disclaimer : I was part of the audience and in no way am I affiliated with the brand Saxony !! just a burgeoning photographer doing my own thing


by Nick McGrath at 2012-12-19 08:25:51 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Sounds great, thanks for sharing.

by BignoseTW | 20 Dec 2012 03:12 | Taipei, Taiwan | | Report spam→
Excellent…work I have never seen before. Thank you.

by MACLELLAN | 20 Dec 2012 04:12 | Windsor ON, Canada | | Report spam→
hiya. was a great experience, and nice to meet folks from LS like Nick, Paul, aand Lisa. Australia’s version of December is much nicer than America’s. Saxony has also hosted James Whitlow Delano – check out the interview with him:

In Conversation With James Whitlow Delano from Saxony on Vimeo.

by teru kuwayama | 22 Dec 2012 04:12 | Sydney, Australia | | Report spam→

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