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BFF Berufsverband Freie Fotografen und Filmgestalter e.V

BFF Open Stage - About Photography - Outstanding women - panel discussion

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Appointments
28.09.2018 | 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
PROFESSIONALS STAGE, PROFESSIONALS LOUNGE
german
BFF Berufsverband Freie Fotografen und Filmgestalter e.V
Senefelderstr. 19
73760 Ostfildern
Deutschland
+49 711 473422

The event

Outstanding women. BFF female photographers on network, success and problems in a men's business - panel discussion



The three BFF female photographers talk about network, success
and problems in a men's business, and they face up
the questions of the moderator and the audience. 


 


The panel discussion will be moderated by Frank Stöckel, member of the BFF Board of Directors


As a photographer, Frank Stöckel appreciates haptic still lifes, fragrant food and good stories that play with the viewer's imagination. As spokesman of the BFF board, he appreciates open, appreciative communication.


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Speaker
Agnieszka Doroszewicz

Agnieszka Doroszewicz was born in Poland and studied photographic design in Dortmund. After graduating in 2005, she moved to Hamburg, where she worked as an assistant to a number of renowned commercial photographers. A BFF member since 2007, Agnieszka works as an international freelance photographer. Her clients include diverse automotive companies and leading advertising agencies. More information can be found here: http://www.doroszewicz.com/

Esther Haase

Born in Bremen in 1966, Esther Haase was bred in the studio – her father, a professor of photography and design, used his darkroom table as a changing table, and she often accompanied him on photo shoots. She initially trained as a ballet dancer and performed on stage for two years. Esther then studied graphic design, specialising in photography. Since 1993 she has danced around the world with her camera. International magazines and advertising clients, films, exhibitions, books and awards document her successful career. She lives in London and Hamburg. More information can be found here: http://estherhaase.com

Julia Marie Werner

After training as a photographer at René Staud Studios in Leonberg, Julia Marie Werner worked as a freelance photographic assistant from 2007 to 2011 before establishing herself as a photographic designer in Hamburg. Today the 36-year-old works primarily in advertising and collaborates with various agencies. She achieved a major success in 2016 with her BIG CITY LION series. Werner has been a member of the BFF, the German Professional Association of Freelance Photographers and Film Creators, since 2008 and volunteers as a photographer for ARTHELPS, an initiative by creatives and artists that aims to support children from socially disadvantaged areas through creative projects. More information can be found here: http://werner-photography.de