Does your website need a little bit more va-va-voom? Want to add a little more interest to your tweets? Bored of the same, old generic images in your blog posts? Then join us for this introductory workshop in smartphone/tablet photography and find out how your digital devices can be used to take some cracking photographs!
They say an image can speak a thousand words and in this ever-increasing media age, visuals are key to any communications strategy. This FREE workshop will take you through the process of creating engaging images with your smartphone or tablet and help you to add some creative images to your marketing materials, make them more bespoke to your business and most importantly, help you to better engage your clients. As part of this workshop you will:
Throughout the workshop you will receive feedback and guidance from the trainer, sharing top tips and practical advice with you that can help your business with it communications and marketing.
Trainer: Hayley Trowbridge
Hayley is a digital practitioner with a keen focus on using technology in community and informal learning settings to enhance people’s lives, develop skills and capacity (at both individual and organisational levels), and to address social and cultural inequalities. Since graduating from the Liverpool Screen School in 2008, she has worked for a range of informal and formal education and learning providers (including FE colleges, Universities, media training providers, community centres etc.) delivering creative media training, digital inclusion activities and arts based projects.
In 2013, she established wehearttech C.I.C. that sees her use her passion for digital technologies to create positive social change and in 2015 co-founded Wigan STEAM, a cultural hub that deliver STEM subject training through creative activities. She also currently works with People’s Voice Media on a number of UK and European projects, using Community Reporting practices to support individuals and groups to have a voice on the issues that are pertinent to them, enabling communities to contribute to research and supporting the use of user voice in the co-designing of services.
Hayley also has a PhD in the field of media convergence and film distribution, awarded by the University of Liverpool and is a published researcher.