Five quick questions with pro photographer Juno Calypso

'The Honeymoon - A Dream In Green' (2015) by Super Stage speaker Juno Calypso (Image credit: Juno Calypso)

London-based artist Juno Calypso works with photography, film and installation, and studied photography at the London College of Communication. During the course, Juno began taking pictures of herself disguised as a character named Joyce. 

In 2015 Juno took Joyce to a romantic-themed hotel in the US. Posing as a travel writer, Juno gained access to multiple rooms and used them to stage a series of solitary self-portraits – studying solitude, desire and femininity through a dark comedy lens. 


Chase Jarvis
Award-winning photographer and entrepreneur

One of the most influential photographers of the past 20 years, Chase’s expansive portfolio ranges from shooting advertising campaigns for mega-brands including Apple, Nike, and Red Bull,  working with athletes including Serena Williams and Tony Hawk, and collaborating with global icons including Richard Branson and Lady Gaga. 

Saturday 14 March 2019, 1.15pm 


Susan Meiselas
Documentary photographer and photojournalist  

Perhaps best known for covering the insurrection in Nicaragua and human rights issues in Latin America in the late 1970s and 1980s, Susan has been a member of Magnum Photos since 1980 and has produced an extensive body of work. Find out more about it during her 'A Life Through Photography' talk on the Super Stage. 

Read '5 Quick Questions with Susan Meiselas'. 

 Saturday 14 March 2019, 3.30pm


Gavin Free
Award-winning cinematographer

Sharing over 13 million subscribers on YouTube as The Slow Mo Guys with his creative partner Daniel Gruchy, Gavin achieved fame by capturing high-end slow-motion videos of fascinating processes, such as a balloon bursting. On the Super Stage, Gavin will be speaking twice: sharing his insights into his life as a successful YouTuber (1.15pm), and the art of high-speed cinematography (3.30pm). 

Sunday 15 March 2019, 1.15pm & 3.30pm 


Ross Halfin
Music and landscapes photographer  

Anyone into their classic rock might want to hold onto their hats. Music photographer Ross Halfin has captured bands such as Aerosmith, Kiss, Metallica and The Hollywood Vampires – and now he's going to be taking to the Super Stage to discuss his craft, 'Four Stages of Rock: A Conversation with Ross Halfin'. 

Monday 16 March 2019, 1.15pm


David Yarrow
Award-winning photographer and conservationist 

Having started out as a press photographer covering sports events, Yarrow is now best known for his valuable work in wildlife conservation – sales of his prints have raised over £2.2 million for conservation NGOs, children's education in Africa and medical charities around the world. 

Monday 16 March 2019, 3.15pm 


Brooke Shaden
Conceptual fine art photographer 

Closing the line-up of Super Stage speakers, Shaden will be sharing how she led the charge into inclusive art – her award-winning photos are rich in storytelling and weave dark, whimsical and beautiful tales.

Tuesday 17 March 2019, 3.30pm 

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Alistair Campbell

Alistair is the Features Editor of Digital Camera magazine, and has worked as a professional photographer and video producer.