10 Jul PhotoVox: August 2020 – Business Discussion with ASMP
PHOTOVOX AUGUST 2020: BUSINESS DISCUSSION WITH ASMP
PLEASE NOTE | Out of concern for the health and safety of our community, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center is hosting community events online due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This PhotoVox event will be taking place online through Zoom. Please find meeting details in the registration email.
SPEAKER | Paul Daniel Weinrauch
WHEN | Wednesday, August 12, 2020, 6:30 – 8 pm (online forum opens at 6:00 pm)
WHERE | ONLINE (through Zoom – link is provided in the registration email)
COST | Free for CPAC & ASMP Members; $10 for non-members
*The member discount is applied at checkout now*
ABOUT | This August’s PhotoVox is a collaborative event between CPAC and American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP). Local photographer and ASMP board member, Paul Daniel Weinrauch, will discuss the basic aspects involved in starting a business for your photographic work.
Join us to hear Paul dive deeper into the following topics:
- Blindspots starting a business
- Finding wisdom in your mistakes
- The entrepreneurial mindset
MEET OUR SPEAKER
Paul D. Weinrauch is a passionate corporate and portrait photographer based in Colorado since 2005. Paul’s passion became a purpose back in 1999 when he sold everything, traveled across the country for years and captured his entire journey through a lens. Although he continues to operate his photography business, his primary mission in life is to be of service to others. Currently, he is the Department Chair of the Visual, Audio, & Media Arts Department at Red Rocks Community College. When he is not working, you will find him enjoying cooking delectable meals and hiking 14ers and other peaks throughout Colorado with his family.
PhotoVox is a monthly program offered by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center to help you strengthen your artistic voice with the support of other photographers and artists in the Denver Metro community. Meetings are held monthly at CPAC’s downtown gallery, and feature discussions led by local arts and community leaders. Three sessions per year are dedicated to portfolio sharing.