Hear from the award-winning photographer

Street Photography Sharing Session by Mindy Tan
Wed 2 Dec, 8pm to 9pm (GMT + 8)

Online, via Zoom — registration is required here.

Join us for a sharing on street photography by Mindy Tan!

Hear Mindy talk about what inspires her and captures her attention when she goes about doing street photography. She will also share tips on how to compose better images.

About the speaker

Mindy Tan is a documentary photographer with a deep love for Asia. She prides content over aesthetics, and emotional truths over logic.

Awarded a Singapore Press Holdings Arts scholarship, Mindy’s career began as a news journalist specialising in migrant labour. By 2007, she had won the Society of Publishers Asia Awards for Excellence in Human Rights Reporting.

She left daily news in 2008 to photograph professionally. Clients amassed include Nike, Microsoft and Samsung. In 2019, Fujifilm picked her to script for a year-long project, the 90-minute film Camera Punk.

How to join this talk:
1. Registration is required to secure your spot for this session. Please register at this link
2. Objectifs will ‘photograph’ (e.g. screenshots) and audio/video record this online discussion for the purposes of documentation. We require participants to enter the Zoom call using the same name they have registered with so we may check against the registration list. You may subsequently change your username and switch off your device’s camera if you would prefer not to be photographed or recorded. We will make an announcement about this before we start any documentation.
3. Objectifs is committed to maintaining a safe and inclusive space for this online discussion. By registering for this session, participants agree to abide by the following guidelines:

  • Treat all people with courtesy and respect.
  • Harassment/discrimination of sexual, physical, vocal, emotional or any other nature based on gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, or religion are not appropriate.