Explore content creation with your camera and create your own Speculative Advertisement to help showcase your content creation skills commercially and online.

Nov 11, 2022 - Nov 15, 2022

Levels: Intermediate, Advanced,
Workshop Fee: $165
Class Size: 8

Note: This class will be taught online over 2 Tuesdays – Nov 8 and 15, 2022, from 6-8 pm ET.

This course is designed to explore content creation using matured technologies such as a DSLR or high-tech 12-megapixel smartphone camera.

What you will learn:

Exercises will include creating a Speculative Advertisement (Spec Ad) to help showcase your skills in a commercial setting and online,  exploring a social media platform one is not yet familiar with (Reels, TikTok, etc), and a class critique of what we’ve seen.

Course requirements:

Students are expected to have at minimum working knowledge of photographic equipment and how to post to and manage social media platforms.

Editing content creation photography on a laptop

Header Image by Gerd Altmann, laptop image by George Milton

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Instructor: Sherri Littlefield

Sherri is a New York City based photographer and curator interested in data, collaborative projects and using contemporary art toward social good. Sherri was the director of Foley Gallery from 2016-2019, and was briefly the Interim Director of ClampArt in 2020. Projects curated by Littlefield have been featured at PULSE Art Fair, AIPAD, the Huffington Post, artnet, dnainfo new york and Whitewall Magazine. She has served as a juror and reviewer for many competitions, including Photo Lucida Critical Mass (2020), PDN’S The Curator (2019), Photoville and PDN’s Photo Plus. She will be a reviewer during Palm Springs Photo Festival in September 2020. As an artist, Sherri has exhibited her art internationally, including the Brighton Photo Biennial, the Orlando Museum of Art, the Aperture Foundation and the Museum of Contemporary Art – Georgia. Since 2018, Sherri serves on the advisory board of the New York Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers.