15 May PhotoVox: June 2019 – Changing Your Photographic Career Path
PHOTOVOX JUNE 2019 | Changing Your Photographic Career Path
ABOUT | Are you a wedding photographer who dreams of switching to sports photography? A fine art photographer transitioning to real estate photography? CPAC’s June 12 PhotoVox event is ideal for those interested in changing their photographic career path. Gain expert insights from our speaker, Katie Warnke, owner of Green Earth Photography, co-founder of Brand Up Images, and board member at the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP Colorado). We’ll discuss what it takes to make a successful transition and challenges you may face along the way. We’ll also cover long-term strategies and the logistics of changing your business model. This event gives you a chance to start a dialogue with someone who has experienced the pros and cons — before you make your own change.
SPEAKER | Katie Warnke, Board member, American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), owner of Green Earth Photography, and co-founder of Brand Up Images.
WHEN | Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 6:30 – 8 pm (doors open 6 pm)
WHERE | CPAC Gallery, 1070 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80204
COST | Free for CPAC members; $10 for non-members
MEET OUR SPEAKER
Katie Warnke is the owner of GreenEarth Photography, a business specializing in headshots and portraits for savvy business professionals. She recently started Brand Up Images with her best friend, capturing personal branding photography for businesses. As a former photojournalist, she shot for the Milwaukee Journal and the Fort Myers News Press, where she photographed many events including SuperBowl XXXIII (Denver Broncos v. Atlanta Falcons). She serves on the board of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) of Colorado.
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.