Show & Tell #2: featuring four of PDN's 30

Join us April 20, 2010 (6-9pm) at Dot Editions for


(RSVP required)

Dot Editions’ second Show & Tell event will feature an evening of artist talks from four of PDN’s 30 2010 winners:  Adrian Mueller, Gabriele Stabile, Elizabeth Weinberg, Reed Young.

© Adrian Mueller

Adrian Mueller draws upon emotion and memories for his concise still-life and food photography. He co-founded the photography studio collective, Fabrik Studios, in Manhattan ten years ago, where he shoots for a variety of advertising clients such as BBDO, AOL, Chase, Macy's, Martha Stewart Living, and many more. He has also won Luerzers archive for the 200 best advertising photographer worldwide 2010/11.

© Gabriele Stabile

Gabriele Stabile uses his intimate, dark images to tell stories for editorial clients such as The FADER and Gourmet Magazine. His long-term personal project, “Refugee Motels” documents many refugees’ first night in the United States. As they arrive in the United States, he photographs these individuals' first moments in a new country, documenting their feelings of anxiety, excitement, homesickness and loneliness.

© Elizabeth Weinberg

Elizabeth Weinberg got her start in college working for a music management company, which granted her access to a variety of bands. Since then, her portraits of musicians have led to editorial and advertising assignments that have taken her all over the country. Her sense of adventure as well as her ease with her subjects is evident in her portraiture.

© Reed Young

Reed Young uses strobe lighting in environments to achieve an other-worldly lighting style in his documentary portraiture. His photographs come from a sincere interest in the human perspective, and his assignments have taken him around the world.

Photographers, artists, and the pubic are invited to attend an evening of sharing artwork and experiences when these four photographers present their work.

This event will take place April 20, 2010, 6-9pm at the Dot Editions studio in the Gowanus/Park Slope neighborhood in Brooklyn (located near the F, G, M, or R trains at the 4th Ave/9th Street stop).