Award-winning photographer to give lecture at Norwich University of the Arts
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An award-winning photographer is to give a lecture explaining how photography has changed in the 21st century.
Professor Richard Sawdon Smith will be speaking about his career as a photographer and how it has changed with advancements in digital technology.
Mr Sawdon Smith, who is dean of arts and media at Norwich University of the Arts, is a former winner of the John Kobal/National Portrait Gallery Photographic Portrait Award.
His lecture, entitled A Body of Work, takes place at the university's lecture theatre on Duek Street, at 7pm on Thursday, February 23.
During the talk, he will also provide a personal insight into his working practice and share his current research into virtual reality.
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For more information and to reserve your place, visit www.nua.ac.uk/visit/a-body-of-work. For more information about Mr Sawdon Smith's visit www.richardsawdonsmith.com
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