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Alison is a British documentary photographer. She works to connect history, social reform and ongoing cultural shifts specifically in the area of the role of women.
She has also completed assignments in areas effected by conflict such as Afghanistan, Gaza, Mali and Somaliland. As a former member of the Armed Forces, Alison is still engaged in the aftermath of war and regularly works either independently or on commission for non-governmental organisations (NGO’s). Using narratives which combine recorded interviews and images Alison works towards storytelling with integrity and a focus on the representation of the subjects with full collaboration.
The venue for the lecture is the Village Hall in Foxton which is centrally located, provides good parking and is also serviced by the train station. As always, you don’t have to be an RPS member to attend the lecture – all are welcome.
Tickets are £15 for non-RPS members, £10 for RPS and DIG members.
Get details of the event and book on-line (requires an account) from the RPS website directly here, or to reserve your place, either e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mark Gillet on 07984 518959.
Alison’s website can be found here: http://www.alisonbaskerville.co.uk/
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