Motion Blur: A Night of Talks at the Intersection of Cycling and Photography

16/09/2014

As part of the Kings Place Words on Monday series, PhotoVoice brings you an evening of illustrated stories and compelling examples of where the worlds of cycling and photography collide.

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Date & Time:
Monday 3rd November, 7:00pm
Venue:
Kings Place, Hall One, 90 York Way, N19AG
Closest Tube:
King’s Cross St. Pancras
Ticket:
Online – £9.50; at the door – £11.50
Book online:
http://bit.ly/YwrjWv

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The event, which is part of Photomonth 2014, will feature presentations by Tom Perkins, known for his spontaneous culinary-cycling tour from London to Cape Town, and Jude Palmer, official photographer of the 2014 Tour de France who found her dream job in the realm of sport photography after a life-changing cycling accident.

Join us for captivating stories full of adventure, creativity, “guts and grit”, all while appreciating the timeless crafts of cycling and photography.

Ticket sales benefit PhotoVoice’s projects and programmes.

 

Our Speakers:

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[gdlr_tab title=”Tom Perkins” position=”” author_image=”http://185.56.87.151/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/TomPerkins_BioPict-e1410875170340.jpg” ]Tom Perkins is free-lance writer, cooking enthusiast, and compulsive traveler. In 2012, Tom completed an unassisted bicycle journey from London to Cape Town, travelling over 20,000 km, through 26 different countries, for 501 days. He is currently self-designing and self-publishing his first travel cookbook based upon the adventure, showcasing the characters, recipes and culinary worlds he encountered along the way.[/gdlr_tab]
[gdlr_tab title=”Jude Palmer” position=”” author_image=”http://185.56.87.151/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Jude-sepia-portrait-2-e1410875126830.jpg” ]Jude’s ability to capture the precise moment, to evoke emotion without relying on equipment, and to seek out the instances that others may miss have all led to her appointment as official photographer of the 2014 Tour de France. For the nine months, prior to and during the event, she captured the competition, as well as the unseen heroes behind the event, from the organisers to community leaders to the die-hard super fans. She says, “It’s all about stamina, endurance, guts and grit.”[/gdlr_tab]
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