Saving the cost of your ticket

At the 2016 London conference we were fortunate to have the services of a leading British portrait photographer, Mike Stone. His website is here. A small selection from his portfolio of photographs of famous people:

Gordon Ramsay, restauranteur:

Paul Smith, English fashion designer:

David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2010-16):

Sir Stuart Rose, English businessman, life peer, former executive chairman of Marks & Spencer:

Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft:

Sir James Dyson, designer, founder of the Dyson company:

John Negroponte, British-born American diplomat:

Sir Mark Weinberg, South African-born British financier:

Sheikh Yamani, Saudi Arabian politician:

Some of the photographs Mike took of speakers and others at the last London conference:

Erin Pizzey, who needs no introduction:

Paul Elam, likewise:

Guttorm Grundt:

Jan Olav Flottorp:

Janet Bloomfield (JudgyBitch):

Josh O’Brien:

Paul Apreda:

Mike Buchanan:

So, what has all this to do with you potentially saving the cost of your ICMI18 ticket? Mike normally charges £400.00 for a 20-25 minute session, after which he provides a selection of edited high resolution colour or B&W digital images with all usage rights included. At the conference he is prepared to charge attendees just £99.00, which will save you more than the cost of the conference ticket (£265.00).

We anticipate that only a proportion of conference delegates wishing to avail themselves of Mike’s generous offer will be able to do so, before his time at the conference is fully booked. If you wish to take up his offer, you’ll need first to have bought a ticket, or at least paid the first instalment for a full price ticket. Then you can contact Mike ([email protected]) to book an appointment. Take it from me, he’s a pleasure to work with. Even people who are uncomfortable having their photographs taken soon feel at ease with Mike. I should know, I’m one of them.