Lisa Devlin scooped the first Unveiled competition in 2010, winning a week's dream hire kit from the Pro Centre and the chance to publish her image in Wedding Magazine. Image copyright Lisa Devlin
On 29 April Prince William and Catherine Middleton finally tied the knot in front of an estimated global audience of 2bn people. One photographer was given the job of taking their formal wedding shots and the task fell to Hugo Burnand - who described the job as "the gig of the century" in The Guardian.
BJP is very happy to announce that Burnand will speak about his experiences at the Unveiled wedding photography masterclass on 27 June. Held at the Hasselblad Studios in East London, this seminar will also include talks by Catherine Westwood, editor of Wedding magazine; Alexis Cuddyre, the blogger behind OMG I'm Getting Married; and Lisa Devlin, the winner of BJP's inaugural Unveiled wedding photography competition. Westwood, Cuddyre and Devlin will all also speak at a second version of the masterclass on 28 June.
Burnand also photographed The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's wedding in 2005 and David and Samantha Cameron's wedding in 1996. He has worked for Tatler magazine since 1993. He prepares for each shoot in intricate detail - even taking stop watches to William and Catherine's wedding - but says it's the unexpected moments that keep him interested in photography. "Why do I take photographs? More than the spontaneous image or the thoughtful portrait, it is the unpredictable pleasure of photography that glues me to my camera".
To register, visit the Unveiled website.
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