Description: By now you may feel like you've learned all you can about Covid set safety. And now with the country in its second wave it's worth hearing from photographers who have produced shoots. Our panelists will discuss a range of client and non-client shoots photographing people & food/still life.
Christopher Malcolm - An award-winning fitness, lifestyle & activewear photographer/director based in LA. He has won awards from a number of prestigious institutions including PDN, APA, American Photography, IPA, and The Lucie Awards. Chris has created personal work such as his Live Your Love dance project & his Quarantine Stories self portrait project shot during the pandemic. He is also the founder & creative director of the online health & wellness site Boom Society.
Emily Shur - Whether shooting portraits of well-known celebrities and athletes, global campaigns, or personal projects, Emily’s work celebrates unique characters and a singular point of view. In the Fall of 2017, Kehrer Verlag published her first monograph Super Extra Natural! chronicling 12 years of travels throughout Japan. Emily currently lives in LA with her husband & their French Bulldog, Momo.
Erin Kunkel - Erin is an award-winning photographer/director who works around the world & calls the foggy outerlands of San Francisco home. Known for being collaborative, optimistic, detail-oriented & inspired, Erin has a painter’s-eye for color, light and composition. Her emotive, light-drenched images have been awarded by Photo District News, Communication Arts & American Photography.
Matt Armendariz - Although it was a 20-year career as a graphic designer, art and creative director within the specialty foods world where he got his start, it was the photographic process that energized, thrilled, and motivated him enough to trade in his cubicle for a camera. Now as a photographer, he loves capturing the moment & story of food for a variety of editorial and advertising clients, cookbook publishers & publications.
Matt Odom is a Commercial and Editorial Photographer based out of Macon, GA. He has worked with Editorial Clients like National Geographic, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Associated Press. He has also photographed Ad Campaigns for Casio, Google, and Ryder. When not on set or shooting Matt is an avid comic book collector who's collection dates all the way back to the early 1900s.
Hosted by APA SF board member Nader Khouri https://naderkhouri.com/