What: Printing, Proofing, and all about Paper [Benefits Equal Justice Initiative] with a Panel of Moab Masters
When: Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 10am PT (1PM ET). Duration about two hours, including Q&A
Where: On your computer or mobile device from anywhere via Zoom. Zoom authenticated registration and a tuition payment of $19.95 are required for enrollment. Click here to register for this webinar.
All proceeds from the tuition payments will benefit Equal Justice Initiative.
Details: In this webinar, noted photographers and Moab Masters Scott Barrow, Harold Davis, and Jim Graham will present their work, and show how printmaking has informed and played a vital role in their professional practices. The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion of printing moderated by Phyllis Davis, with Harold, Jim, Scott, and Marc Schotland, VP of Marketing at Legion Paper. There will be ample time for Q&A.
About Scott Barrow: Scott writes, “The dance of light on the world around me is what powers my creativity. I love taking photographs and I can make a beautiful image anywhere. The challenge for me as an artist is to go beyond beauty and find my connection to a scene, to become part of it in the moment that I release the shutter. That coming together is what I strive for. It is only then that I can truly share what I saw and felt with you the viewer.” His website is www.scottbarrow.com.
About Harold Davis: Harold Davis is a bestselling author of many books, including Creative Garden Photography from Rocky Nook, which can be pre-ordered. He is the developer of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, a Moab Master, and a Zeiss Ambassador. He is an internationally known photographer and a sought-after workshop leader. His website is www.digitalfieldguide.com.
About Jim Graham: My bio says I’ve been a professional photographer since the age of 16. It’s all I’ve really ever done. I have a degree in history from Washington College in Maryland in History. After graduation I wasn’t sure what to do with my life. Luckily, I found my way to Maine and to the Maine Photographic Workshops. After 6 months in Maine I returned home to Chadds Ford and became a stringer for the News Journal Papers in Wilmington, Delaware. Freelancing turned into a staff position and I loved every second of my nine years as a staffer there. I was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize while I was at the News Journal and was also named Southern Photographer of the Year at the Southern Short Course.
I’ve worked with AP, UPI, Bloomberg News, Time, Sports Illustrated, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, and Town and Country.
Today I still do editorial work when I can as well staking assignments from magazines. I’m represented by Redux Pictures in New York. I work also with corporate entities on their marketing materials, photograph weddings, and manage to get in a trip each year to concentrate on my own work. Additionally I teach when the opportunity presents itself. I’ve been adjunct faculty at The University of Delaware, Widener University, Moore College of Art and Design, Cecil College, as well as teaching at the Maine Media Workshops.
Jim’s fine art photography is shown in many galleries throughout the United States, including Hardcastle Gallery, Graficas Gallery, Seven Seas Gallery, the Redux Gallery in New York and the Delaware Museum of Art.
About Marc Schotland: Marc Schotland is the VP of Marketing at Legion Paper, the manufacturer and distributor of Moab Paper. Marc has worked in the fine art paper industry for 15 years, having previously worked in Italy for Manfrotto as the Global Brand Manager for still & video tripods.
About Moab Masters: Moab Master photographers are a select group of artists connected by their unique visions and their love of reproducing their images on Moab fine art paper. The group includes some well-established photographers, as well as photographers on the rise. Moab is proud to be associated with these artists and thank them for trusting Moab with their images.
Number of Seats, Tuition, and Benefit: The tuition for this webinar is $19.95, and requires prior registration. All proceeds benefit Equal Justice Initiative. The ticket price is not tax deductible. Seating (on a first come, first served basis) is limited. Click here to register for this webinar.