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Virtual Meeting: Paul Hoelen – “Men with Heart” documentary project.
November 5 @ 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Virtual Meeting – Zoom details
Please refer to email to all Members for Zoom login details for this virtual meeting – the email will be sent a couple of days in advance of the event.
Visitors are welcome to join our Thursday night meetings – please email Vice President Lesley Bretherton for further information <email@example.com>
For this meeting only we are extending our invite to all Camera Clubs in Victoria through VAPS and the public. This presentation will be simultaneously cast on Youtube. Feel free to join in using this link https://youtu.be/ZYeYk-Z6p80
Paul is a Grand Master of Photography fluent in a wide range of genres through his career with a strong conservation and humanitarian focus. He judges regularly at a state, national and international level, runs photography workshops worldwide and writes for numerous magazines and publications, He is a member of the progressive modern landscape photography collaborative The Light Collective, is an Ambassador for Asukabook Australasia and his fine art work is represented by One Fine Print in Australia and Source Photographica in Australia and the USA.
Men With Heart Description
In a time when much of the world’s media is choosing to focus on the darker side of what men are capable of, the Men with Heart project provides a refreshing, welcome and important counterbalance by portraying the open-heartedness, courage, and vulnerability of men coming together to face their issues and work on becoming better men. Better fathers, brothers, partners and sons.
Shot in complete confidentiality over almost two decades, this documentary exhibition presents a deeply unique body of work in both its intimacy and scope intended to both challenge and explore what defines healthy masculinity in Australian culture today. This powerfully moving multi-media exhibition has already won multiple awards for its impact on the health and well-being of both men and boys in Australia and is preparing to tour the country.
Paul will explore ideas and learnings about how to approach such intimate and long term documentary work as a photographer through the lens of this project.
You can view some of the work at www.menwithheart.com.au