Faculty Presentations the week of August 8 will take place at Union Hall Theater, 2 Central Street in Rockport Village at 8:00 pm. These events are free and open to the public.
Monday, August 8: Arlene Collins & Linda Meyerriecks
Arlene Collins is a documentary photographer specializing in photographing remote cultures and changing civilizations around the world. In addition to her images of diverse and distant cultures, Arlene has worked on several long-term photography essays including Boxing in New York City; Moscow, Russia; Bangkok, Thailand; the Rodeo; and Unesco World Heritage Sites.
Linda Meyerriecks conceived PhotoShepherd.com to support professional photographers and students of photography, as their Photo Editor and Advisor, as well as producing books for publishers such as National Geographic. She recently completed the editing of all the illustrations for two National Geographic books: Eyewitness to History, and Hidden Alaska, Bristol Bay and Beyond.
To learn more about Linda, please click here.
Tuesday, August 9: Jill Enfield
Jill Enfield is a fine art and editorial photographer. She has taught handcoloring and non-silver techniques at schools in New York City and throughout the USA and Europe. Her work is in the collections of The Amon Carter Museum, RJ Reynolds Co., Southeast Banking Corp., Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín in Colombia, The Boca Raton Museum of Art and Hotel Parisi in La Jolla, among others.
Wednesday, August 10: Judd Pilossof & Sarah Kramer
Judd Pilossof is recognized as one of the leading food/still-life photographers in the United States. Based in New York, Judd has shot for virtually all the major advertising agencies and food magazines. Some of his clients include Starbucks, Campbell's, Domino's Pizza, Stouffers and Healthy Choice. Judd's work is constantly being inspired by his love for cooking, wine and travel and this has translated into a unique style of lighting and personal development.
Sarah Kramer is an Emmy and Peabody Award winning journalist with 15 years of experience in documentary radio and television, print and online media. Currently, she is a multimedia producer for The New York Times. In this role, Kramer tells stories through audio and photos, creating series such as One in 8 Million and Coming Out. Prior to coming to the Times, Kramer was a founding staff member and senior producer for the public radio project StoryCorps.
To learn more about Sarah, please click here.