Yulia Gorbachenko (MPS 2010 Digital Photography) is a fashion photographer whose commercial clients include Clinique, Garnier, Guess and L’Oreal, and whose work has been featured on international fashion magazine covers. Her talk is part of the i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series, which features presentations by digital photographers, hardware and
Mixing the everyday with a touch of the fantastical, Brooke DiDonato’s photographs create surreal moments when people are obscured, subsumed or lost in the environments around them. DiDonato is a positive role model for young women. Her work has been exhibited in New York City, London, Canada and Germany and
Brian Lowe is an award-winning advertising photographer specializing in sports campaigns and entertainment portraits. Lowe’s distinctive photographs are equal parts adrenaline, minimalist design and sensuality. His clients include Condé Nast, Showtime, HBO, CBS, ESPN, Apple Music, Ignited USA, Red Bull, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Billboard and Warner Bros. Join this lecture
Brooke Shaden talks about where to find inspiration as an artist and photographer. In this clip from her Fine Art Portraits workshop, photographer Brooke Shaden reveals where she finds her inspiration. “Knowing what you want is the important part,” Brooke says before leading you through several creativity exercises. Brooke Shaden
Escort cards are only half the equation when it comes to getting guests to their assigned reception seats. To help everyone settle in seamlessly, you’ll have to make it easy for them to find said seats once they have their assignments. Wedding table numbers (or names or themes, if you’re
Alyssa Coppelman is an Austin-based photo editor and photo book consultant, who also works as the art researcher with Harper’s Magazine and the Oxford American magazine. As a consultant, she works directly with photographers to provide oversight in editing, sequencing, design and editorial aspects of portfolios and photo book projects.
“Set in the Street” is his ongoing art project in which he builds elaborate sets out of unwanted materials and furniture, much of which is found on the street. After creating the photos, the sets are left up on the street, where passersby can shoot their own images. Bettman’s commercial
June Kim’s photography – with its minimalist aesthetic and focus on the relationships between the human figure, color, geometry and architecture – flows effortlessly across the fine art, fashion and editorial arenas. The i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series features leading photographers and artists, hardware and software developers and industry