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The Photography and Imaging Department is participating in an international seminar on art education. As part of the seminar, teachers and students at schools around the world will collaborate to produce projects and share their experiences through a seminar and exhibition in Seoul, South Korea.
Participating schools include ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena; Zurich University of the Arts, Zurich; Parsons, NY; Chung-Ang University, Seoul; Baptist University, Hong Kong.
To be considered as one of the two student collaborators, you must be 5th Term or higher.
Please provide a <500-word essay on the ideas and capabilities you bring to a collaboration and how they might integrate into a collaborative environment.
Please submit 10-15 images that exhibit your creative point of view.
Images should be in .jpg format and 2000px on the longest side.
Additionally, one piece of motion content is permitted, please submit in HD, .mp4 format
Still and motion content should be uploaded to an ftp site like DropBox.
The written essay and a link to the files should be emailed to Kellie.Walker@Artcenter.edu by the end of the first week of Summer Term, May 17, 2019.
All work produced for this project will be extracurricular.
Required skills: Photography/Non-linear editing/Transmission control operator/live truck operator.
Responsible for providing editing and visual coverage of news events in a fair, unbiased and accurate manner. Photographs news events, both live and on tape, for news programs. Edits material to match script prepared by reporter, producer or associate producer using on-location facilities or any other location required. Works with reporter to get complete stories and makes suggestions on how a story should be produced. Keep assigned equipment and/or vehicle in good working condition and files all required paperwork, as deadlines require. Be able to set-up remotes to allow transmission of pictures or live from-the-scene reports back to the station. Monitors scanners in vehicles from news stories. Must be proficient in technical areas such as Master Control and other forms of transmission areas.
College degree with an emphasis in Communications or Broadcasting required. Minimum of four years experience in Photography ,Editing and Transmission operations. Must have Non-linear editing experience on Sony Newsbase, Avid Newscutter, Final Cut Pro. Knowledge of routers, ENG/SNG receivers and uplink procedures. Requires one to have a valid California driver’s license, as driving a news vehicle daily to and from stories is an essential part of the daily routine. Detail-oriented, able to follow directions, and ability to perform duties and make independent decisions under extreme pressure. Business needs may also require individual to be able to work various shifts and times.
KTLA will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
Happy Socks is looking for a passionate and highly creative Art Director. You will be a key member of the small creative team, The Rabbit Hole, based in Los Angeles, US. With direct line of communication to Founders of the company, you will be tasked with creating unique, highly engaging and brand-building concepts, ranging from large seasonal image campaigns, collaborations with talent and brands as well as smaller activations.
The role requires strong creative skills, strong communication skills, good understanding of brand development and multichannel marketing concepts and a close collaboration across departments within the company as well as with third party partners. This is a very hands on creative role, supporting projects with full ownership on marketing initiatives including graphic design, photo/video direction on shoots. The person we are looking for can both lead the art direction of a specific project and go into detail when needed. The candidate has a great understanding of both the idea and graphic design that makes a project successful
Tasks & Responsibilities
Provide art direction for all types of creative productions, e.g. presentations, web design, in-store materials, company visuals, etc
Collaborate with the team on generating creative ideas from a brief in order to meet company objectives
Attend brainstorming sessions with other members of the creative team to develop concepts
Pitch concepts internally to the team, bring new fresh and disruptive ideas to the table
Responsible for total campaign concepts, developing headlines and suggesting taglines, as well as developing the look
Plan and execute production of photo shoots in-line with creative direction and budget
Direct photo shoots and video shoots
Design assets for all media platforms
Commissioning specialists, such as artists and photographers, to work on projects
Ensure that third party production companies, photographers etc. receive accurate briefs and follow these projects from start to finish
Managing projects and working within a budget
Works on several campaigns at once, under pressure and to tight deadlines
Working collectively with other departments to help enhance digital and offline performance of both sales and brand
Skills & personal qualifications
Be highly creative with an attention to detail
Have strong ideation and conceptual ability
Be able to translate marketing strategy into persuasive layouts, logos, and packaging
Have strong background in design
Have a thorough understanding of photography, typography and printing techniques
Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Be able to see other people's point of view and cope with criticism
Follow up and adapt concepts based on feedback
Be able to manage a project from concept through production, in multiple media
Have strong time management skills
Be able to work within strict budgets
Requirements & Skills:
5+ years’ experience of proven success as an art director at an advertising/design agency or a similar role in-house on the client side
Excellent working experience and knowledge of the full Adobe Creative Suite and mac related presentation software such as Keynote
Knowledge of social (Facebook, twitter, Instagram) along with a deep understanding of digital and new media
High degree of creative knowledge and recognition of brand values / aesthetic
Extensive knowledge across print and digital design, with a good understanding of both design, copy and web best practices and guidelines.
Excellent presentation skills and storytelling ability.
Strong project management skills.
Self-motivated and energetic individual with a high level of initiative
An exceptional portfolio of work showcasing web, mobile, application solutions
Ability to lead projects with minimal oversight while managing multiple priorities and meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Noun Project (thenounproject.com) is seeking an experienced Creative Strategist to lead and execute its photo content strategy. The right candidate will own the creative vision that delivers on the business objectives of the company. This is a hands-on role that will encompass both strategy and execution. Please note this is not a marketing or social media role.
We’re located in Los Angeles, CA. Visa sponsorship is not available at this time; all candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S. We do our best work when we’re working together as a team, therefore remote work will not be considered.
We believe broad perspectives are fundamental to serving our international community, and that diverse experiences are the key to innovation, collaboration, and awareness of the globalized context we live in. We strongly encourage people from backgrounds currently underrepresented in tech to apply, and look forward to welcoming the best candidates to our team regardless of their national origin, gender, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.
Own the creative vision and execution of our photo content strategy
Ensure alignment between content and business goals set by Head of Product
Develop an execution strategy and communicate clear methodology for deliverables
Lead and uphold brand voice and tone through photo content
Define and clearly articulate photo content strategy to new contributors to ensure brand consistency
Identify, source, and onboard hand-selected photographers to the platform
Build a strong community of contributors
Lead partnerships with relevant brands and organizations to create new content
Guide influencer partnerships and production of creative campaigns
Impact and influence how content evolves over time by paying attention to contemporary events and cultural trends
Concept, plan, and provide art direction for photoshoots
Run community challenges to keep content ever-green
Work with Communications on creating engaging social content
5+ years of experience in a Creative Strategist, Creative Director, Digital Strategist, Art Director or similar roles
Experience in all phases of a creative project, from conceptual development to execution.
Experience building and leading creative communities
A keen eye for design/aesthetics
Knowledge of existing photo editing and design tools
Ability to think creatively and execute strategically
Experience with social media and existing photo communities
Fortune 500 benefits including great health, dental, vision and 401K plans.
Healthy work-life balance.
Creative & dog-friendly work environment.
Paid family and pregnancy leave.
We're small. We all share our ideas. We all collaborate.
Mullenlowe is seeking an Social Photographer, specifically car and lifestyle, to join their Los Angeles Creative team.
We're a culture of makers; we make stuff better, smarter, innovative, and more effective. You should be organized, able to multi-task, a wiz behind the lens, master of the Adobe landscape, a stellar eye for detail, color and digitally savvy.
Yes, this is a social driven role. But we are looking for someone who crosses disciplines, but understands their lane too. This is not a role where you will be given free reign, this role is for someone who can work productively and harmoniously with the Social Team their Creative Director, Creative Technologists, and Producers - all of whom share the responsibility on the project.
Specific assignments will include video production, social media campaigns, photography, photo retouching and design. Experience in these areas is required.
We look for people who can listen to the needs of the project and pull up their boot straps and work. Not someone who needs to be told what to do over and over again.
In addition to being a radical human behind the lens. We are looking for someone who can shoot film, design and edit. This is crucial for our deliverables. We do not just post still images but utilize each social space for what they have to offer and where they are going in their dependent platforms.
Send us your portfolio. It should be heavily focused on cars and lifestyle. It is paramount that this role is filled by only a person who understand the balance of the aperture and the shutter speed.
- 3-6 years of experience as a professional photographer.
- Expertise with Adobe Suite.
- Experience with user flows.
- Experience with social landscapes.
- Please submit a link to your work when applying.
The Amazon Originals Marketing team is seeking a Lead Photo & Motion Producer who will be responsible for managing multiple photography and motion shoots in support of our original series and brand campaigns. This includes managing all aspects of on-set, studio, and on-location productions from concept stage to delivery. This role requires the ability to accurately assess the complexity and creative needs of a project in order to assign and/or hire the appropriate resources (production company, photographer, DP, etc.) for the job. It also requires the ability to work cross-functionally with show production teams, talent reps, creative directors, and external agencies/vendors throughout the life of a campaign. This position works directly with the show crews to obtain production schedules and talent availability, and requires the ability to pivot and adapt on demand. Responsibilities beyond production include fielding photo requests from both the marketing and publicity departments to help fulfill advertising and editorial placements for Amazon’s original programming, and assigning unit photographers throughout the duration of the show production. This candidate is versed in SAG, Union, and DGA rules and regulations, and has experience editing key sets and obtaining talent approvals for photography within the entertainment space. He or she must be highly organized with a passion for photography and motion. This role will report directly to the Head of Photo & Motion, Original Series.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
· Produce all photo and video shoots which includes hiring the appropriate photographer, DP, crew, and/or production company to execute the creative vision of a given campaign.
· Create shoot schedule and manage shot list on the date of the shoot, continuously balancing the needs of the marketing group as well as talent, EPs, reps, etc.
· Send out talent memos and call sheets to all talent and talent representation prior to a shoot production.
· Serve as liaison between show production and internal partners to schedule and coordinate on-set visits for their specific needs (PR, Social,BTS, EPK, social video capture, etc.)
· Fulfill photo requests for all cross functional teams.
· Oversee retouching of unit photography.
· Edit Unit and Gallery photography.
· Caption key sets of unit photography.
· Manage talent approvals on all gallery and key art photography.
· Negotiate and license third party photos as needed.
· Assign unit photography coverage throughout the duration of show production.
· Ensure photography is organized and available to international partners
· Open internal POs and negotiate with third party vendors.
Please visit the Job Posting Here for more information and application
The purpose of the internship role is to gain knowledge of the operations of a photography agency which include artist management and marketing strategies. You will contribute to the Giant Artists team by managing daily tasks which include general office administration, data management, image collection, and portfolio management. Commitment to successfully completing your internship with Giant Artists enhances your ability to secure a meaningful role in the commercial arts industry.
1. The intern will create a career blueprint at the beginning of the internship program to further define their goal and career aspirations.
2. Gain a deeper understanding of the business of a photography agency and how to market photographers
3. Learn the sales and estimating process from the Sr. Reps.
4. Create internship presentation by the end of the 3-month program of what they learned and share their final career blueprint with the Giant team.
THINGS WE WANT YOU TO GAIN
1. Visual Communications
a. Editing (Website, Portfolio)
i. Learn how to create a visual flow of images and compose a client-ready portfolio
ii. Cleaning and assembly of portfolios
b. Image management and collection
c. Create compelling visual outreach and marketing (onesheets, promos, newsletters, etc)
2. Business Development
a. How to build promotional materials
i. Assembly of onesheets and pdfs
b. Create meaningful messaging
c. Understanding who are the key roles in art production
d. Prospecting Skills
i. Learning how to use the following tools for prospecting:
ii. Researching new brands and agencies in different markets
iii. Researching competitive photo agencies and photographers
1. Who are they shooting for?
2. Which agencies are they working with?
TOOLS YOU’LL LEARN TO USE
1. Proficiency at using Google Docs
2. Proficiency in using excel, numbers and Google Sheets
3. Understanding of Social Media management platforms
4. Learn and achieve a strong working knowledge of CRM software
5. Learn and achieve a strong working knowledge of prospecting and research tools
General Office Admin
● Organization and Filing projects
● Shredding documents
● Facilitation with mailing promotional pieces - i.e. packaging envelopes and creating mailing labels
● Office errands as needed
Business Development / Marketing
○ Intern will provide a document to the business development manager at the end of each week.
○ Intern will research 5 new brands and 5 new creative agencies a week
■ Categories: Beauty, Tech, Travel, Entertainment, International Magazines
○ Intern will research at least 1 competing photo agency a week and the advertising campaigns photographers are working on
● Research and update contact records from email bounce backs
● Entering in key contacts from call sheets of booked jobs
● Support with large mailing list spreadsheets
● Research and provide a report of newsletter, website and Google Analytics to present to the team for the weekly meeting
● Industry Events and Outings
○ Spend at least 15-30 minutes each week to research local industry events and gallery shows
● Intern will help with outreach for image collection and update spreadsheet accordingly
● Intern will help facilitate social media workflow for platforms such as:
● Portfolio Management
○ General upkeep: cleaning portfolio pages, recycling old prints
○ Packing pelican cases for portfolio shows and meetings
● Interns may also get the opportunity to possibly visit on set of particular shoots our artists are working on.
● Intern will create a blueprint for their website, portfolio and promo to be reviewed with Alexa
● Learn about editing process for website and portfolios, one sheet/pdf outreach
1. The person in this role will be required to work at least 3 days per week for a 3-month period. Schedule can be flexible and any changes must be discussed with the owner of the company prior.
2. Hours of operation are 10:00am to 4:00pm (6 hours total) with a 30-minute break each day of work. Upon discussion with the candidate, Giant Artists requests a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday work schedule.
3. Intern will coordinate daily check-in with the team at the beginning and end of each day.
4. Intern will use intern Slack channel to communicate to employees in the office regarding tasks and questions about said tasks.
5. Giant Artists will provide a laptop for office use. The intern will not take the computer home for any reason and will lock it in the office by the end of each day.
6. All personal calls and texts are to be conducted outside the office to not disrupt the office.
7. Compensation: $12/hr - invoice to to be provided by intern detailing dates and amount of hours worked in the office.
Giant Artists is a women-owned production and management company based in Los Angeles and New York. They represent a mix of emerging and established photographers and directors, including Art Streiber.
*If you would like to apply for this position, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Aesthetica Art Prize is Open for Entries
Hosted by Aesthetica Magazine, the Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. It offers both emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience, and further their engagement with the international art world. The Judging Panel enhances its position in the industry, bringing together specialists from leading cultural institutions.
Entry Fee: £24
There are two awards for entry: the Main Art Prize and the Emerging Art Prize. The Emerging Art Prize is open to current students and artists who have graduated within the last two years. The Main Art Prize is open to all, including those eligible for the Emerging Art Prize.
Main Art Prize
£5,000 prize money for the winner
Group exhibition with the Finalists hosted by Aesthetica
Editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine
Publication in Future Now: 100 Contemporary Artists
£250 art supplies vouchers courtesy of Cass Art
Art books courtesy of Prestel
Emerging Art Prize
£1,000 prize money for the winner
Group exhibition with the Finalists hosted by Aesthetica
Editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine
Publication in Future Now: 100 Contemporary Artists
£150 art supplies vouchers courtesy of Cass Art
Art books courtesy of Prestel
You may enter up to two works per entry fee, unless you are entering an Artists’ Film, in which case you may submit one work per entry fee.
If you are submitting a series, this is considered one work. We recommend submitting one image which shows the whole series together (ie. The series hanging on a wall) then further images to show the detail. Alternatively, you could create a single document file which is made up of multiple images (ie. Like a college or tiles)
You may enter as many times as you wish.
Works previously exhibited and published elsewhere are accepted.
Collaborative works are accepted.
Works produced within the last three years are preferred, although works made at any time before submission can be entered.
There is no size limit, although the size of the work in relation to the exhibition space will be a consideration in the shortlisting process.
100 artists are longlisted, out of which a selection of artists are shortlisted. Longlisted artists receive publication in the Future Now Annual. Shortlisted artists receive publication and are invited to take part in a group exhibition. The shortlist is eligible to win either the Main Art Prize or the Emerging Art Prize.
If you are shortlisted for the Prize, you will be asked to supply your artwork for the exhibition in York, UK. Artists selected for the exhibition will be responsible for all transportation (delivery and collection) costs of artworks.
Deadline: August 31, 2019
About PROJECT EVELOZCITY
If you're intrigued by the dream of working alongside the smartest & most revolutionary designers and engineers in the EV space, PROJECT EVELOZCITY just may be the place for you. Are you a person who is irked by the status quo? Do you derive personal satisfaction from doing something you've never done before, and seeing that work actually put into production? Here at PROJECT EVELOZCITY, every day is vastly different from the one before it, as we're moving swiftly toward our goal of changing the way the world looks at Urban Mobility. We’re a well-funded start-up, led by the who's who of EV business leaders, whose passion brought them together on this special mission. We're diligently preparing for our first vehicle launch and looking for deeply experienced and passionate talent, who are not just looking for a “job," but rather are driven to raise the bar and create new benchmarks within the global EV industry. Are you ready to become an Evelozcitizen? Read on...
PROJECT EVELOZCITY’s Internship Program is designed to provide a robust and meaningful experience that includes high impact, business-relevant, hands-on project with well-deﬁned goals and deliverables. Interns will have access to professional development and mentorship, leadership exposure, and immersion activities. Interns will work directly with assigned team throughout the internship.
The Internship Program is a premier twelve to sixteen-week program focused on preparing graduate and undergraduate students’ for product-facing consultative internships. Paid internship positions will start in June through end of August. All Intern applicants must be a registered, full-time student at a college or university.
We are looking for today’s current high-performing college student who desires to be tomorrow’s technical leader. We are seeking innovators and problem-solvers that are passionate about Electric Vehicles. What are you looking for? A company you can learn from? An opportunity to make an impact? Well, stop looking – PROJECT EVELOZCITY is what you are looking for!
As a Photography Intern, you will assist in the development of various programs in and outside of the vehicle. This will include collaborating with fellow designers on capturing our products, as well as staff and VIP portraits for web and company presentations, light architectural photography, and company culture/events lifestyle.
Responsibilities and Goals:
With general supervision, this position needs an innovative individual to assist with development of a cohesive body professional images that can be used in multiple applications including social media, web, internal bulletins, etc
Determine desired images and compositions and choose equipment, props, settings and lighting to achieve desired results
Assist in the technical, equipment handling, re-touching, and ﬁle mastering phases of each project
Participating with deﬁning problems, collecting data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
Current enrollment at an accredited college/university – Bachelor’s degree (B.S./B.A.) in Photography
Maintaining a minimum of 3.2 GPA in a 4.0 grade scale
A keen eye for detail and a well-developed artistic and creative aesthetic
Basic knowledge with Microsoft Ofﬁce applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Basic knowledge with Adobe Creative applications: Lightroom, Photoshop, etc
Strong creative and problem solving skills
Good presentation and verbal communication skills
What's Cool About Working Here:
Beautiful new facility in Torrance
Casual workplace with an unbelievable feeling of energy
Work in a high-growth start up that will redeﬁne urban mobility
Contemporary Photography Competition and Exhibition IX
Juror: Dan Leers
Dan Leers is Curator of Photography at the Carnegie Museum of Art
Two artists will win $5,000 each and concurrent solo exhibitions from December 12, 2019 – February 29, 2020.
Submission Dates: March 1 – June 1, 2019
Entry Fee: $30 for a maximum of 10 images
Applicants should submit:
Up to 10 images: (maximum file size – 300ppi, 1500 pixels on long side)
PPAC believes contemporary photography takes many forms, so all styles of photography, digital imaging, film/video, and lens-based installation work are welcomed.
Deadline: June 1, 2019
The Film Photo Award offers two award cycles per year, each providing three distinct grants of Kodak Professional Film to photographers who demonstrate a serious commitment to the field and are motivated to continue the development of still, film-based photography in the 21st century.
The Film Photo Award is open to all emerging, established, and student photographers worldwide, 18 years old or older.
During each spring and fall award cycle, 3 film grants will be awarded: New Project Award, Continuing Project Award, and Student Project Award.
Deadline: March 31st, 2019
Photoville — the largest annual photographic event in New York City — is heading to Los Angeles for the first time in its seven-year history! Photoville LA is a free, outdoor festival with over 50 exhibitions from local and international visual storytellers.
Photoville LA volunteers do a tremendous amount to ensure the festival runs smoothly and we need your help. Along with the opportunity to see our extensive photo exhibits and meet an impressive community of artists and speakers, volunteers also receive a unique Photoville LA T-shirt and a meal voucher.
Tasks include spreading the word through community outreach, assisting during the event by greeting guests, and providing logistical support for talks, workshops, and tours. Additionally, if you’re interested in arts education and enjoy working with teens, please join us as a Photoville Education tour guide! The call for volunteers is open now – get involved, connect with local artists, and help support the community!
The Council on Aging - Southern California invites all professional and amateur photographers, 18 years and over to share their visions and unique interpretations of the aging experience.
Submissions may characterize what a long life means to you, from thriving lifestyles to the harsher realities of aging. Selected photographs will be displayed online and at special showings including the Bowers Museum July 23 - August 4, 2019 and the Newport Beach Public Central Library August 2019.
Submit by May 4, 2019 at 5:00 pm Pacific Time (PT).
Entrants have the opportunity to win from an impressive prize package.
Professional Prize Package:
Grand Prize - $500
Second Prize -$375
Third Prize - $250
2 Honorable Mentions - $75 each
Amateur Prize Package:
Grand Prize - $250
Second Prize - $150
Third Prize - $100
2 Honorable Mentions - $50 each
Submit up to 3 photographs with a fee of $30 before May 4, 2019. Visit www.coasc.org to review guidelines, fees, and submission details. Questions? Contact us at 714.479.0107 ext. 209
The Palm Springs Photo Festival is now accepting applications for enrollment the festival documentarian film team. The PSPF film team completes 8hr shifts daily and must be available Sunday, May 5th - Friday, May 10th to document the festival. You will also be asked to complete one to two days of training pre-festival at our office in West Hollywood. Applicants should already have a high skill set and be ready to contribute to this fast-paced, visual department. This is the place to put yourself out there, network with the pros, get some real resume material, & come away with a real understanding of this unique process; it is not the place to learn the basics.
What’re the benefits?
Film team has free shared hotel rooms for the duration of the festival & all meals covered by PSPF. In addition, PSPF volunteers have access to any of the following outside of their shifts:
• All Seminars
• All Symposiums
• All Evening Presentations
• Festival Party
How to apply:
Please send PSPF an email with subject title: FILM TEAM APPLICATION - “YOUR FIRST & LAST NAME”
If you are interested, please send you resume & applicable links to the attention of the festival director, Jeff Dunas, at: email@example.com
You must submit at least three videos for review to be considered.
Applicants that do not follow the above instructions will not be considered.
Hurry! Spots are filling fast! Apply today!
Congratulations to ArtCenter 8th term student Urim Ray Hong. Hong received the 2019 Grand Prize for PDN’s Annual Student Photo Contest in the Documentary / Photojournalism category for his series “City Soleil: Eager to learn”. His series captures the children in City Soleil, Haiti, who are thriving and learning despite the town’s impoverished conditions. Hong will receive a Nikon DSLR camera, $150 to B&H Photo and a portfolio review.
The PDNedu Student Photo Contest is open to students of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, and also includes a category for high school students. Winners and honorable mentions will be recognized in the Spring 2019 issue of PDNedu, which has a circulation of 50,000 copies to students and educators nationwide. Featured photographers will also be promoted to PDN's online audience of more than 500,000 followers.
Since moving to NYC in 2014, a few months after graduating from ArtCenter, freelance photographer and alumna Heather Sten (BFA 13 Photography and Imaging) has photographed a diverse group of celebrities, filmmakers, musicians, actors, artists and executives including Spike Lee (wrapped in an American flag), Lena Waithe, Tiffany Haddish, Stormy Daniels, Neko Case and Glenn Close for outlets such as the The New York Times, Time, Vice, Out and Google, and for fashion clients such as Steven Alan.
“I love meeting new people and photographing them, which is interesting, because I used to be so shy when I was younger,” Sten says, scratching the head of her black-and-white dog Calcifer, named after a fire demon in Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle.
Her down-to-earth approach to photo shoots reflects a certain vulnerability. “I try, with my photos, to capture someone’s personality in their natural calm state,” says Sten, wearing a gold Buddhist necklace her mom gave her in elementary school. “I don’t like to push people. I want to get a feel for who they are and be as fluid as possible.”
Sten’s mom, who immigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam and raised Sten as a single parent, wanted her to be a doctor. Taking photos since she was 14, Sten instead decided to go in a creative direction, diving into photography at ArtCenter. Inspired by instructors Mary Trunk and Jona Frank, whose work ranges from portrait photos to films, Sten created a visual diary about her grandma, who had Alzheimer's. It became her series Con Chau. An internship with fashion and advertising photography duo Juco (Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud) motivated her to pursue freelancing.
Submissions are open for the Spring 2019 issue of Emerging Photographer, showcasing the work of up-and-coming photographers with around five years or less of professional experience.
We've featured the work of more than 80 photographers over nine issues, distributing print copies directly to photo editors, creative directors and photo festivals, and promoting the digital edition to the audience of our parent magazine, Photo District News.
Be a part of the next issue! We are looking for photographers with a fresh perspective, compelling imagery and an insatiable drive to make an impact within the photography community. All submitted work is reviewed by editors of Emerging Photographer, PDN and Rangefinder magazines.
THERE'S NO RISK TO ENTER
ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS RETAIN THEIR COPYRIGHT. WINNING WORK WILL ONLY BE PUBLISHED IN THE PRINT AND ONLINE MAGAZINE AND IN PROMOTION RELATED TO EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER MAGAZINE.
Deadline: March 4, 2019
BROOKLYN RESIDENCY PROGRAM
A week long workshop in Brooklyn for the advanced photographer who wishes to immerse themselves in the photography community of New York City.
Called “one of New York’s best galleries” by Dazed, Labs is a combination of school, studio and gallery, and a launching pad for emerging photographers in New York City. Come join the Labs community this spring!
Portfolio reviews will take place as well as a critical dialogue about the Resident’s work with fellow workshop participants and guest artists. Prominent gallerists, photo editors, curators, creative directors and photographers will discuss their profession and the work of the Residency participants, and publishing archives, gallery tours, curatorial conversations and studio visits will inform. Opening reception of FOAM Talent 2019 at Red Hook Labs and a panel discussion will end the week.
The program is designed to bring new insights and challenges to each individual’s work, and to inspire future work. Although not a venue for making new photographs, the limitless creative community of New York will provide momentum, and each participant will form a new understanding of the professional community of visual culture as it is headquartered in New York.
RHL19 Brooklyn Residency Program will take place from 17-24 March 2019 and the fee is $2100 for seven days of activity and programming. 14 participants will be accepted. By application only. Transportation and housing and living expenses are excluded.
For more information, please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please indicate the name and the number of the class in the application form.
Schedule: March 17-24, 2019
Apply by: March 3, 2019
Apply: Fill out the Application Form and e-mail it to email@example.com.