PhotoCity Hull 2018 are proud to announce that PhotoCity Expo will be landing at #HIPfest Hull International Photography Festival 2018 in partnership with Fujiholics. Festival Wristbands are on sale here through Eventbrite.

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HIPfest Hull International Photography Festival is an annual event where the art of photography is celebrated. An event where professionals come to exhibit, sell work, buy photography products, exchange ideas, and network. But also as an opportunity for the newly qualified, amateur and emerging photographer of any age and ability to immerse themselves in the world of photography, learn, share their passion and showcase their work alongside the best in the world. This year will include the exciting arrival of #PhotoCity at the festival in partnership with #Fujiholics. A £5 wristband gives you access to all 10 exhibitions, the HIPfest Prize Draw, discounts on site, learning opportunities and the ability to purchase workshop & masterclass tickets. The separately ticketed (coming soon) workshops and masterclasses will be priced from 10 to 20 pounds, but must be accompanied by a £5 festival wristband to gain entry. Get your wristband and come to HIPfest2018 to meet Brian Griffin, Marilyn Stafford, Peter Dench, Matthew Finn, Sean Tucker, Matt Hart and many more.

5th October 18.30 to 28th October 16.00. In and around HIP Gallery, Level 1, Princes Quay, Hull, HU1 2PQ

Watch This Space for updates as further artists and attractions are announced. Or check out our Facebook Page & Instagram @PhotoCityExpo


“Sean is a Photographer and Filmmaker who runs a successful freelance business and a growing online presence where he seeks to inspire like-minded creatives coming up the ladder behind. His YouTube channel, in particular, has grown to over 100k subscribers with over 2.5 million views, and he has an Instagram following approaching 50k followers. Sean creates a vibrant and positive community online which talks about how to pursue your dream of making the thing you love to do, the thing you get paid for. Sean has a strong emphasis in all his video and speaking on being authentic and self-aware in your work, because, in a world of reality TV and vlogging, people are now hyper-aware of artifice, and can smell a sale pitch a mile away. To build an audience now takes honesty, integrity and vulnerability, and these are by words which Sean not only practices in his own work, but preaches to other others as well.”