Photo Lecture Series – September 2017
Thursday, September 14, 2017 // 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Free and Open to the Public
Free and open to the public.
Mark your calendars for our bi-monthly photo series showcasing three local photographer’s work in a show and tell format. Each photographer will share their body of work, as well as their approach in creating the work.
* Light fare will be provided, but feel free to bring appetizers, beer or wine to share as this is a community focused event.
Date & Time
Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
As a portrait and documentary photographer, I am always searching for the opportunity to meet new people and to hear their stories. After meeting someone, my mission is to create a portrait that represents who that person really is, beyond just their physical appearance.
While traveling through Mexico a few years back, I had the opportunity to meet with many unique individuals. I took advantage of the time I had with them and was able to create portraits of everyone who I spoke with. At the end of my trip, I ended up with six rolls of 120 portrait film. The end result was a large catalog of stories and personalities. I’m very excited to share these portraits and to give a voice to those I had the chance to meet with during my travels.
Aaron Anderson is a San Franciscan photographer whose work has a primary focus on long exposures of landscapes in the evening. In an attempt to turn his frequent bouts of insomnia into something productive, he creates colorful representations of the world around him, with a goal to evoke a feeling of nostalgic, nonabrasive quaintness in his photos.
*Lab operations end 30 minutes before close