Andrew Hasson, is a professional freelance photographer with more than 25 years experience. His images are used in The Times, The Guardian and all other national newspapers, as well as magazines as diverse as Country Life and Take a Break. He has worked with the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel Five, producing publicity pictures for listings, magazines and DVD covers.
Describe your approach to teaching:
My approach to teaching is to give students plenty of practical experience. I encourage people to work in pairs and in groups, as well as giving one-to-one help and advice, alongside encouraging opportunities for dynamic discussion. I refer to examples of my own work and that of other photographers to illustrate.
What inspires your own work?
My own work has been inspired by a huge range of photographers, from Jane Bown to Galen Rowell and from Sally Soames to Henri Cartier-Bresson.