3.22.2014

THE ARTIST IN A PROFESSIONAL WORLD: Moderated by David J. Carol

Joe With Fish, Baffin Island, 1997
Photograph David J. Carol

 Boy In Lake, Maine
Photograph David J. Carol

Payton and Rachel, Peabody, Ma. 2011
Photograph Paris Visone

Battle of Antietam, Maryland
Photograph Eliot Dudik

The Artist in a Professional World: 
Three Photographers, Three Perspectives

How does one manage to make a living as a photographer and still stay true to their personal vision? The three photographers, all at different stages in their careers and all taking different paths, have one thing in common. They have never forgotten why they became photographers in the first place, to make pictures for themselves. The panel will include Paris Visone, Eliot Dudik and David J. Carol. Each photographer will present their work and talk about how they balance the commercial and personal aspects of their lives and careers. Following the presentations there will be a panel discussion moderated by David J. Carol that will include a Q&A with the audience. Books of the photographers work will be available for purchase.

April 29, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
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2 comments:

Kristin Linnea Backe said...

Compelling subject. Too far away, unfortunately.

the plant gardener said...

i agree, to make pictures for myself is what really matters. thank you for the reminder