A group of student participants from co_LAB Project 1 workshop went along to a local networking event for creative people in Lincoln to discuss the project and display their posters . #creativepeople is a new endeavour begun by Hannah Agutter, Nathan Dean and Samuel Clarke to help networking all creativity in the Lincoln area (and then, beyond). The event took place on September 25th and presented the chance for local creatives to share their work.
Dan Hipwell had this to say about the event:
It was a great opportunity to display our work from co_LAB and get to know what people think but even better was seeing what the other people have been doing.
Showing his photography skills was Luke Clarke, a university graduate currently based in Lincoln. He does photography and film and it would definitely be worth checking out his work on his facebook page. Also there was Stephen Fisher with IntAR-Media, who is working on a way of bringing augmented reality to the city. Some of the best augmentation software I’ve seen with some really impressive ideas on how to bring a place to life though apps, I look forward to seeing more about that from his twitter (@IntARMedia). With an innovative photo story sequence was Arron Baxter from Badgehat Media, about a girl called Iris and her friend F.stop, The Dark Chamber is a story based in the world of a camera. It was a great idea which you can check out on their Tumblr (badgehat.tumblr.com). It was awesome to meet all these other creative people and the whole event was a great way to network and discover some new ideas, I would highly recommend it.