8×10: Photo Presentation

Join us on January 10, 2012 in the Wechsler Theater on the American University campus and help cheer on eight of our fellow ASMPDC members as they take ten minutes each to present the work of their choice. It might be a recent assignment, a completed commercial job, a personal project, or a series of images that resonates with them. Don’t miss this lively evening from a diverse group of our fellow photographers as they show us their approach to the craft and business of making great images.

Corey Hilz
Corey specializes in nature and travel photography. He looks for his subjects in the diversity of nature and cultures around the world, approaching them with an artistic eye and a fresh perspective. Corey’s work is seen in magazines, books, calendars. catalogs, and art galleries.

Joshua Yospyn
Joshua is a freelance photographer who regularly works for TBD.com and WJLA. Past clients include The Washington Post, Washingtonian, MSNBC, Capitol File, and various other publications. In 2009 he helped start Worn Magazine, a photography publication and blog that reported on art and style in the DC metropolitan area.

Irene Owsley
Irene specializes in outdoors and travel, particularly in northern regions. Her work has appeared in Canoe & Kayak, Sierra, National Parks,and Earthwatch, and in the publications of several national conservation organizations. Locally, she concentrates on the wild areas of metropolitan Washington, DC, particularly along the Potomac River. Irene has exhibited work throughout metro Washington, DC and has been profiled in Rangefinder, Photographer’s Forum, and Nikon World magazine.

Daniel Schreiber
Daniel shoots editorial, travel, commercial, sports and fine art photography. He has photographed in the the mid-Atlantic region, the Rocky Mountain West. Ireland, Turkey, Africa, the Caribbean, Costa Rica and Argentina. Daniel’s work has been published by Washingtonian, Bethesda, Virginia LIving and AAA magazines, and in the Washington Post.

Rina Rodriguez
Rina Rodriguez is a student at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts (DC campus). Her previous life working for sustainable development organizations left its mark – she is most happy getting lost in far away places, capturing people and landscapes with her Nikon.

Paul Fetters
After studying photojournalism at the University of Missouri, Fetters spent five years in New York City photographing for Forbes, Fortune, Time, Newsweek, among other publications. Now based in Falls Church, he travels throughout the US and the world with a special love for documenting those who are building organizations “on a mission,” completing assignments for corporate, nonprofit and magazine clients. He’s been telling stories with photographs for over twenty-five years. “When it all works, it’s visual poetry, distilling people, places, and events down to their true essence.”

Regis Lefebure
Regis Lefebure has traveled five continents and dodged a few errant racing cars during his thirteen-year career documenting the beauty and chaos of automobiles and long-distance sports car racing.

Gaston Lacombe!!!
Gaston Lacombe is a DC-based photographer and multimedia artist specializing in documentary and travel projects. He is a 2010 graduate of CDIA/Boston University, Georgetown Campus, and has since worked on 5 continents, with a 6th on the way. Gaston will spend the winter of 2012 as an Artist-in-Residence on an Argentine research base in Antarctica.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Social time starts at 6:30 PM

Wechsler Theater
Mary Graydon Building, 3rd floor
American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC
campus map


10.00 — ASMP Member
20.00 — Non-member
10.00 — Professional Association member
5.00 — Student / AU students free with ID


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