Material Lifecycles: Architectural Photography Morning Workshop

Discover the lifecycle of materials through photography, in a workshop with architectural photographer Luke O’Donovan.

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Explore the architecture and collections of the V&A Museum through the materials that they’re made from, learning about the lifecycle of the different materials used to construct buildings, and how to tell these stories using photography.

This session is open to those aged 13–17 who are interested in learning more about photography and/or architecture, Participants of all experience levels are welcome.

Please get a parent or guardian to download the brochure on this page (located above the "Book Now" button) and email the completed form to before the event.

You can book a ticket to join the afternoon workshop here.

Luke O'Donovan is an architectural photographer and creative producer, based in London. Luke's practice is divided between photography commissions, creative projects, and education initiatives. His photographic work is primarily interested in the relationships between infrastructure and public architecture with communities, landscape, and place, and has been published, exhibited, and won awards internationally

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