Jay Maisel's name is synonymous with color photography that uses light and gesture to create images for advertising, editorial, and corporate communications. His work also appears in books and in private and corporate collections. His awards include two from ASMP, Lifetime Achievement and Photographer of the Year; the International Center for Photography's Infinity Award; and induction into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. A graduate of Cooper Union and Yale University, Jay continues his education by teaching.
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See precisely what is in images. This process of awareness begins with an initial critique of each participant's best work, and continues through the week with daily critiques and shooting assignments designed to hone photographic skills, intuitive self-trust, and the ability to think in terms of pure color.
Jay informs and challenges participants with an active schedule of assignments and reviews. He illustrates his lectures with slide shows of his work. Jay encourages questions; no subject is taboo. Jay's energy and knowledge of photography make for a demanding and most rewarding experience. The purpose of daily review, and the crux of the workshop is to make the participants keenly aware of seeing figure-ground relationships through light, gesture, color, and perception.
Students must shoot digitally, bring their ten best images on their laptop, cameras, lenses, flash cards, and flash card readers (tripod optional).
A portfolio review is required for admission to this course. You can submit a portfolio via a link to your website, online portfolio, or print submission. For more detailed information on these requirements, click here.