Win tickets to hear from world-class talent

Screen Shot 2014-04-02 at 2.44.16 PM With Semi-Permanent creeping up fast, it won't be long before a pair of world-class photographers arrive in Auckland to discuss their impressive careers with the city's creative community – and we have tickets to give away.

Kayt Jones, a highly awarded LA-based fashion photographer and Ashley Gilbertson, an Australian documentary photographer with the prestigious VII Photo Agency, will both be attending the Auckland leg of the global creative festival to be held May 2–3.

D-Photo has 20 two-day passes to Semi-Permanent, worth $200 each, to give away to those who subscribe or renew their subscription to D-Photo before April 22; click here to get your entry sorted.

British-born Jones is renowned for her strongly feminine, cinematic imagery, regularly published in international fashion magazines like VsElleEsquire, and i-D.

Gilbertson has won many accolades for his coverage of dangerous conflict zones across the globe, including the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. He was a recipient of a National Magazine Award for his series in The New York Times Magazine, Bedrooms of the Fallen, in which he shot the empty bedrooms of US soldiers killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

To find the festival's schedule, visit www.semipermanent.com.

Image: © Kayt Jones