Announcing the four speakers at our next Show & Tell: Photograhers Salon
We are happy to announce the speakers who will be guest speaking at our next Show & Tell: Photographers Salon event! Here they are, in to particular order:
Manjari Sharma will present her work on "The Shower Series." Having moved to the US from India in 2001, Manjari attended the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio, then moved back to India to travel and photograph. She moved to NYC in 2007, where she's been shooting for clients such as AOL, American Baby, Penguin Books, and others, as well as exhibiting her personal work.
Christina Paige attended the ICP's program in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism, and was one of PDN's 30 in 2008. Before becoming a photographer, she worked as a clinical social worker with Spanish-speaking communities in California and Massachusetts. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter.
Gabriela Herman hails from Newton, MA, attended Wesleyan University, and post-graduation, traveled extensively, landing in Brazil where she lived for four years. She has since moved to New York, where her photography has garnered her many awards, including Resource Magazine's 10 Best 10, Adorama's "One to Watch", and was nominated for a New York Photo Festival Award. She shoots for many editorial clients, and has exhibited her work extensively.
Julia Gillard was born in Illinois and studied political science before she began taking pictures. She is a graduate of the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program. Her work has been exhibited at The Brooklyn Museum, The New York Historical Society, The International Center of Photography and has been published in Mother Jones, New York Magazine and The New York Times. She lives in Brooklyn.
Show & Tell: Photographers Salon May 18, 2010 (6-9pm) Dot Editions Studio, 119 8th Street Suite 210 (bet. 2nd and 3rd Aves) F/M/R/G train to 4th Ave/9th Street This event is free, we encourage people to bring a drink or snack to share. Please RSVP!