16 Sep PhotoVox: October 2020 – Making Imagery with Kate Woodman
Image Credit: Kate Woodman
PHOTOVOX OCTOBER 2020: MAKING IMAGERY WITH KATE WOODMAN
SPEAKER | Kate Woodman
WHEN | Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 6:30 – 8 pm (online forum opens at 6:15 pm)
WHERE | ONLINE (through Zoom – link is provided in the registration email)
COST | Free for CPAC Members; $10 for non-members
*The member discount is applied at checkout now*
ABOUT | For our October PhotoVox we welcome Kate Woodman, commercial photographer and storyteller, to discuss her strategies to achieving powerful, narrative works of art from home. This event will give you the opportunity to learn more about the different methods needed to create inspired photographs in an approachable and budget-friendly way.
MEET OUR SPEAKER
Kate Woodman is…
A storyteller. Always striving to create powerful narrative imagery that connects you to your humanity while paradoxically helping you escape it. When worlds don’t exist, I make them up in Photoshop.
A practical polymath. Full time photographer, artist, art director, lighting tech & retoucher; part time stylist, set designer, location scout, composite artist and producer. I’m not a control freak, I just like to do it all. Just don’t ask me to do makeup.
A former engineer. As comfortable with spreadsheets as I am storyboards. Ten years of field tested creative problem solving skills, which tends to come in handy when your grip truck no-shows and you need to jerry rig a light to a tree with some c-clamps and gaffers tape, and six minutes of sunlight left (true story).
An educator. An expert knowledge of color theory (as evidenced by her richly saturated work) makes her a highly sought after instructor and speaker.
A blue belt in jiu jitsu.
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.