Tuesday, August 6th | 7:30 PM | Rockport Opera House
Maine Media Master Series Lectures
Rich Remsberg is an Emmy Award-winning archival image researcher. He has worked for each of the signature PBS archival series - American Experience, American Masters, and NOVA - as well as programs for National Geographic, the History Channel, and large-scale museum exhibits. He is the author of Hard Luck Blues: Roots Music Photographs from the Great Depression. He has collaborated with the electronic music duo, The Books, and he is a regular contributor to NPR’s The Picture Show.
Syl Arena has wandered the world of photography for over four decades. Shortly after Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon, Syl “borrowed” his father’s newfangled Polaroid camera, climbed a tree, and made his first photograph. He was in the third grade. His international best-selling Speedliter’s Handbook is nearly 400-pages of how-to and why-to on Canon flash techniques. He has written articles about Speedliting for EOS Magazine as Europe’s Canon Pro Network.
Tim Grey is regarded as one of the top educators in digital photography and imaging, offering clear guidance on complex subjects through his writing and speaking. He loves learning as much as he possibly can about digital imaging, and he loves sharing that information even more. Tim’s work combines several of his greatest passions: technology, teaching, photography, writing, and travel. All of these have been part of his life in some way for as long as he can remember, and became a major focus starting in high school. He has been focused on digital photography and imaging for over 15 years.