Class will meet on Saturday, June 2nd, from 1:30 pm-4:00 pm
Photography is a language, the same as the written or spoken word. This course will not be a “how to physically make a book” but how to apply the language of photography to your images to help you create a book. We will explore the concept of sequencing images to create a book.
By applying these concepts to your work it will enable your viewer to more clearly view your intentions as they turn the pages of your book. Various concepts will be discussed including working in a series or using a sequence and setting your goal for a book.
About the Instructor:
I graduated from the Visual Studies Workshop with a MFA in Photography and Printmaking. I received my B.A. in photography from Empire State College. In 1980 I started teaching at Villa Maria College in Buffalo, New York where I was the head of the photography program. Prior to Villa I taught at the Alllofus Art Workshop in Rochester NY for two years.
I left academia in 1990 and opened a photo studio in Buffalo NY. In 1995 I moved to Costa Rica and ran my studio there from 1996 till 2010. Upon moving back to the USA I returned to academia and taught photography at St Petersburg College. I retired from teaching in the spring of 2016 and am now concentrating on making Art again.
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