Arena Photographers are pleased to announce the list of keynote speakers for their 2010 seminar. Please note at this point in time this list is provisional. There will be a fourth keynote speaker which will be announced on the Arena website in due course. www.arenaphotographers.com ARENA SPEAKERS 2010 March 12, 13, 14 Riviera Hotel, Bournemouth, UK TED HUMBLE-SMITH Ted is recognised as one of the countrys leading advertising photographers, producing outstandingly creative images. His highly impressive range of clients include Heineken, Tag Heuer watches, Harrods, GQ sports magazine, Tatler magazine, Glenfiddich, McLaren F1, Chrysler, Mercedes, Sony and Pioneer. Once an art student of our very own Tony Worobiec, Ted then spent time assisting the likes of Andy Earl. Now specialising in his passion for still life photography, Ted loves the challenge of starting each campaign with an empty studio, knowing that everything in the final image will be there because he placed it or created it. The results are quite stunning! Not surprisingly, last year he won an award with the AOP. DAVID HURN For many years David has had an international reputation as one of the Britains leading reportage photographers. Admitted as a full member of Magnum in 1967 he has concentrated much of his time on documenting the dramatic changes that he has witnessed taking place in Wales, where he continues to live and work. David is also a passionate teacher and set up the famous School of Documentary Photography in Newport. He is in demand throughout the world to lecture and run photographic workshops. His presentation is entitled Fifty five years in photography without dying of malnutrition! JOHN SWANNELL One of the UKs best known photographers, John spent many years working for the likes of Vogue, Harpers and Queen, Tatler and the Sunday Times, developing a very distinctive style of fashion and beauty photography. He has photographed the Queen for her Golden Jubilee and The Princess Royal for her 40th and 50th birthdays, as well as being commissioned by Diana, Princess of Wales to photograph her with her two children. He has held many one-man shows at prestigious galleries including the Royal Academy in Edinburgh and the National Portrait Gallery in London.