"What is it? Second Wednesday is a gathering of people from the web and related creative industries. Originally founded nearly fourteen years ago for business directories to blow off steam, it's grown into an event open to anyone in the industry and provided the networking platform for several up and comers in the Nottingham scene. Anyone is welcome, as the event is free, and you'll always find someone interesting to talk to each time you attend.
When and where? We gather every Second Wednesday of the month at Antenna, it's that easy. Just come along at anytime (before 7pm if you want to see the speaker) and feel free to jump straight in and introduce yourself to get the conversation started. We're there until 9pm so if you're late don't worry - they'll be plenty of people around until the end."
(Jamie Huskisson and Chris Allwood)
"After gaining a degree in Fine Arts at Canterbury University in the mid seventies, majoring in European Film, Peter went on to make his name as a fashion photographer, shooting fashion for designers, catalogues and magazines both in New Zealand and off shore.
Ten years ago he co-founded his Auckland based film company Bannan Films and now after relocating to Singapore in 2008 is primarily directing commercials as a freelancer.
His fashion background gives his commercials a beautiful, visually unique style, while his cinema interests bring subtle, often quirky humour with strong characters and captivating storytelling. Peter has a relaxed, calm demeanor, which allows him to work well with babies & children, this also obviously comes from the experience he has had with his own three children."
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