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One-to-One Design Tutorials and Mentorship Program with Brian Paul Lamotte

One-to-One Design Tutorials and Mentorship Program with Brian Paul Lamotte

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Are you a photographer working on a photographic project who needs help in taking it to the next stage?  Are you working on a photobook and are looking for editing or designing help? Our new online consultations and custom-made mentorship are here to help. We are pleased to bring our extensive experience as both publishers and educators to your project with a one-off tutorial during which we can give you feedback on your project or book dummy, or an ongoing mentorship designed to support you over a longer time period.

Tutorials are with Brian Paul Lamotte

1 session (40 minutes) £80
2 Sessions (40 + 40 Minutes) £150
3 Sessions (40 + 40 + 40 Minutes) £210

For further information, please contact: Chris Samson

Brian Paul Lamotte is an independent graphic designer and publisher who specializes in art and photobooks. After studying graphic design at London’s Central Saint Martins, he established his creative practice in New York; he recently relocated to Zurich. His process-based practice relies on close collaboration with artists and editors and often emphasizes the haptic qualities of the book through print production and hand-made finishings. He has designed and produced books for select publishers and editors including Aperture Foundation (Lesley Martin), Dashwood Books, Edition Patrick Frey, Hauser & Wirth Publishers, Ithaca Image Text Press, Meta/Books (Delphine Bedel), Rizzoli, and SPBH Editions (Bruno Ceschel).

His work is part of the collections of the International Center for Photography Library, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Library,  Getty Research Institute, Metropolitan Museum of Art Library, and the Yale University Library Special Collections. Between 2008 and 2019, he and photographer Andreas Laszlo Konrath published and designed artists’ books, monographs and zines as Pau Wau Publications (PWP), working with over 65 artists and producing over 50 publications and installations.