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Why Was Ramona Singer Fired From Her Own Business?

Ramona Singer spent nine months working for Pure Hair Extensions. According to her own words, she was helping the business get a better public image. This included press releases, social media accounts posts and talking about them on national TV and radio programs. Pure Hair Extensions, run by Victoria Flores is a small business, striving to reach a young audience and Singer agreed to help her with the task.

Publications

Big City Press in collaboration with Type Manifesto bring you: Tom Mùller – Rhythms in the Chaos, Artist Monograph (2000–10) The first Artist Monograph published by Big City Press. With Essays and Interviews by Pilar Arevalo, Braydon Harriss, Melissa Keys, … Continued
For the second consecutive year I have been asked to nominate artists for the DEUTSCHE BÖRSE PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE 2011. Last year I selected / nominated Jorg Koopmann and Rob Hornstra for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2010. The final four … Continued
VIP Event, 100 people only. Hijacked 2 Book Launch, To be launched by NAOMI CASS – Director, Centre for Contemporary Photography, The Cube, ACMI (The Australian Centre for the Moving Image) 6.30pm Friday 29 October 2010. Book launch to be … Continued
Hijacked 3: Australia / UK submissions are now officially open and active. Please check the Big City Press submissions section of the website, for more information on how to submit your photographs and artwork. The submission period will be open … Continued

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions for Hijacked 3 – Australia and UK are now closed. All shortlisted Australian or UK photographers are invited to submit 12-18 digital images from a series/body of work asap. A list of all shortlisted photographers is available online at: www.bigcitypress.blogspot.com

The curation of Hijacked is based around the editors' decisions on the submissions received. Themes and concepts become apparent once the cumulative submissions are reviewed. New, exclusive and previously unpublished works are preferred but not essential. Your submission may be published on the Big City Press website, blog, or used in other promotional tools. The editors will curate the selected artists into an exhibition of works to coincide with the book launch.

Any enquiries please email info@bigcitypress.com.au

“We are at looking to see what is happening now, who is pushing the boundaries of contemporary photography and what are the ideas that are being tested that hint toward the future of photography? Not only in terms of concept but also technique, the field is totally open from the craft skill of wet plate collodion to new media and i-phone apps. The point is how your images communicate.” - Louise Clements.

Submissions for Hijacked Vol. 4 Will be available on this page in the near future.

Contact Us

Big City Press – General Information & Enquries
info@bigcitypress.com.au

Hijacked Projects – General Information & Enquries
hijacked@bigcitypress.com.au

Mark McPherson – Editor
editor@bigcitypress.com.au

Letizia McPherson – Accounts & Finance
finance@bigcitypress.com.au

Jessica Darlow – Marketing
marketing@bigcitypress.com.au

Miranda Brown – Publicist
miranda@mbpublicity.com.au

Tom Muller – Designer (Hijacked 1)
tom-muller.com

Fabio Ongarato – Designers (Hijacked 2)
fabioongaratodesign.com.au

Andy Simionato - Art Director / Designer (Hijacked 3)
design@bigcitypress.com.au
thisisamagazine.com

Australian Centre for Photography – Exhibitions
acp.org.au