Talks and Presentations
Hire Matthew to Speak at Your Next Event or Give a Presentation
You can learn a lot of useful information about the positive impact of photography during one of our Talks or Presentations.
Whether you’re looking to inspire your team, attract new clients, educate a larger group or simply want to find out more about our photography workshops, our 30-60 minute Talks and Presentations are a great place to start.
As an award-winning photojournalist, you can expect Matthew’s visual content to be bold and engaging. Behind every photo, infographic and statistic there’s a story to be told and a lesson to be learned.
A lot of our Talks have already been tested on audiences and are ready-to-go, but we also understand that every business is unique, which is why we offer personalised services tailored to your specific needs.
Whether you’re looking for a one-time presentation or ongoing support for your public speaking events, Matthew is committed to delivering entertaining, unique and informative presentations that exceed your expectations.
Inspiration for Talks and Presentations
1. Visual Storytelling: Why Learning Photography Matters for Your Business
This 45-minute presentation started out as a Webinar and quickly became our most requested in-person presentation. Matthew explains the relationship between high-quality, relevant images and capturing the attention of your audience. Attendees are also shown how to incorporate photography into their business strategy.
2. Take Better Pictures for Your Brand: How and Why You Can Improve Your Photography Skills to Market Your Business or Organisation
The name of this one says it all, really. This 60-minute presentation tends to attract a lot of self-employed people who are just starting out in the business world. From the feedback received, the Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) part of the presentation is particularly interesting.
3. Tales from the Field: Getting Started in Photography
Originally written for a Talk at Generator Hostel in Copenhagen, “Tales from the Field” is a light-hearted glimpse at Matthew’s own personal journey from being a Bank Employee to an Award-Winning Photojournalist. Expect positive vibes and words are encouragement throughout!