David Binder's acclaimed documentary film “Calling My Children”
March 2, 2015
Boston Marathon Runners Photography Exhibit by Lucie Wicker at Sweetgreen
Sweetgreen will be hosting a photography exhibit featuring portraits of 23 Boston Marathon participants. The photography is by Lucie Wicker and will be on display in the Boylston Street store for the month of April (starting April 6). Located at the marathon’s finish line, the exhibit will run in conjunction with the events of the 2014 Boston Marathon.
The photographs feature environmental portraits of runners who live and train in the Boston area.Their personal stories whothey are and why they run willbe featured along with their portraits.
Lucie Wicker is a North Endbased photographer who specializes in fitness lifestyle photography. Her clients include many fitness professionals, facilities, and apparel companies based in the Boston area. The photographs in the exhibit are part of a personal project she began at the end of 2013 focusing on marathon runners, highlighting their passion for long distance running and the city they call home.
Founded in 2007, Sweetgreen is a destination for delicious food that’s both healthy and aligned with values. They source local and organic ingredients from trusted farmers and partners,supporting communities and creating meaningful relationships. They exist to create experiences where passion and purpose come together.
For more information about the exhibit, please visit the website: http://www.luciewickerphotography.com/boston_marathon_2014
Sweetgreen is located at 659 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116.
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September 24, 2013
Award-WinningPhotographer Launches Crowd-Funding Campaign to Create Exhibition
Vergennes,VT - Vermont-based photographer Brett Simison has launched a campaign via the crowd-funding website Kickstarter to create his upcoming photographic exhibition "The Pane in Empty Rooms", a portfolio of images made in and around poet Robert Frost's summer cabin in Ripton, Vermont.
"Not only is Kickstarter.com a good way to raise money to get your project off the ground, it's another avenue to promote your work and have it seen by more people," said Simison of the popular money-raising website. Typical projects on Kickstarter run for 30 days, and a project must meet its funding goal or else it fails and all pledges are cancelled. Projects offer tiered rewards to backers as a way of thanking them for their support.
Simison's goal is to create large fine art photographic prints from the portfolio for exhibitionsbeginning in 2014. "I shot 'Pane' entirely with film on large and medium format cameras. The image detail and tonality of real black and white film is stunning, and I wanted to make sure the viewer can see itall. Printing big photographs -- in the neighborhood of 24"x30" to 30"x40" -- was the obvious choice, " he said.
The project has until October 20 to raise its $6,000 goal, and if it succeeds that money will go towards the purchase of equipment and materials to print and mount theexhibition of 20 black and white photographs. Rewards to backers, which include a range of signed fine art archival photographs, are scheduled to ship in December 2013. The first exhibition for "The Pane in Empty Rooms" will open at the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro, Vermont inJanuary 2014.
About Brett Simison
Brett Simison is an award-winning editorial, commercial, and fine art photographer based in Vermont. His work has appeared in publications such as Outside Magazine, The New York Times, National Geographic Online, andBackpacker Magazine from assignments throughout the United States and abroad. The native of Citronelle, Alabama now lives with his wife Amy and son Connor in the city of Vergennes, Vermont. His website is www.brettsimison.com.
November 12, 2012
Sylvia Stagg-Guiliano: Dispatches and Dreams.
Pleae join fellow ASMP NE member Sylvia Stagg-Guiliano at her exhibit entitled Dispatches and Dreams. Her opening is on November 15 at 6 PM at EP Levine.
Vermont American Society of Media Photographers to Present Landscape Alternatives During South End Art Hop
September 1, 2012, Burlington, VT. Vermont American Society of Media Photographer artists Carolyn Bates,Berne Broudy, Raj Chawla, Andy Duback,Caleb Kenna, Donald Ross, Brett Simison, and Natalie Stultz will present their work, Landscape Alternatives, at Draker Labs in the Maltex Building on Pine Street in Burlington, VT as part of the annual South End Art Hop exhibition. The show, which features one large format print from each artist, will open with a reception at 5:00 PM on September 7. The photographs will hang through Art Hop, September 7 and September 8, and stay on the walls of Draker Labs through the end of September.
The work of these Vermont ASMP photographers covers a broad range of specialties from architectural to portrait, landscape to lifestyle, documentary to fine art, ethereal to everyday.
To learn more about the exhibit and preview the photographs, CLICK HERE
Scott Indermaur Announces the Publication of His First Book
ASMP New England president Scott Indermaur announces the publication of his first book called REVEALED: Personal Visions of Transformation and Discovery. is a fine art hard-cover book created from a one-of-a-kind project uncovering what lies beneath the surface in each of us through;individual portraits and short personal essays. This book contains;REVEALED;subjects photographed the past 6-years from around; the country. This book is a beautiful and insightful 9″x12″ 128 page book. It also contains images never released before.
March 14, 2012
Paula Lerner, of Belmont, MA passed on the morning of March 6, 2012. She had been battling against breast cancer since October 13, 2004. After surgery and ongoing treatment, she was able to resume a fairly normal life. Exactly five years later, she was diagnosed with metastatic disease to the bones, which eventually spread to the brain, liver, and lungs.
Her entire immediate family was able to be with her for her last week, including husband Thomas Dunlap, daughters Maia and Eliana, brother Matthew Lerner, his wife Gennie Tierney, niece Jessie Lerner, nephew David Lerner, her parents Dorothy Lerner and Bernie Lerner, and step-mother Mary Lerner.
Paula was a freelance photographer and photojournalist since 1985, and in recent years became a successful producer of multi-media work. She regularly focused on women's issues throughout her career. You can see most of her work in her website at www.lernerphoto.com.
Paula made 5 trips to Afghanistan on her own and as a volunteer for the Business Council for Peace (BPeace). She won on an Emmy in 2010 for her work “Behind the Veil,” a groundbreaking, in-depth multimedia feature about the lives of women in Kandahar, Afghanistan (www.tiny.cc/paula-emmy). She co-authored the book Why We Walk: The Inspirational Journey Toward a Cure for Breast Cancer. Ironically, she was diagnosed with breast cancer while she was still working on the book.
She grew up in Hudson, Ohio and was a graduate of Harvard University, where she met her husband Thomas.
There was a memorial service on Friday, March 9th at 10 am at Beth El Temple Center, 2 Concord Avenue, Belmont, MA 02478.
In lieu of flowers, Paula requested that donations be made to one of these organizations:
• Business Council for Peace (BPeace) at www.bpeace.org (a non-profit network of business professionals who volunteer skills to entrepreneurs in conflict-affected countries to help them create significant employment for all, and expand the economic power of women.)
• Metavivor at www.metavivor.com (research, awareness, and support for families/patients with Metastatic breast cancer.)
March 5, 2012
Alan Briere, ASMP New England Chapter President 1996-1997 and longtime NE board member, passed away this week. Alan Briere, 58, of Acworth , NH died after a brief illness at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, on February 27, 2012, surrounded by his loving family.
Early in his career, Alan embraced the camera as a tool to capture and share his discoveries. His first major shoe, titled “A Closer Look”, demonstrated for his audiences that an amazing natural world was readily accessible to those who slowed their pace and focused their attention. As his technical and artistic skills grew, so did his assignments. Soon he was traveling across the nation to photograph national parks, wildlife, civil war battlefields, zoos, and architecture. Alan’s images illustrate the books, Hallowed Ground: Battlefields of the Civil War, Great American Hotels: Luxury Palaces and Elegant Resorts; Historic Inns of the Northeast, Historic Inns of the South and Great American Zoos. His work was also used to bring life to magazine articles, textbooks, calendars, advertising campaigns and with the dawn of the Internet age-websites.
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February, 21, 2012
With extremely heavy hearts that we share news of the passing of Charles Saulters II
on January 23, 2012. In addition to being a very talented, creative
photographer and musician Charles recently served on the board of
directors of the New England Chapter of ASMP. The loss of his joyful spirit,
limitless optimism and inimitable personal warmth will be missed by his
many professional colleagues, fans, friends and family. Charles freely shared
his joy and made the world a better place
A sampling of his work is shown at http://www.charlessaultersmedia.com/ .
His blog includes beautiful recent images made this month in London. Charles
made great use of the short while he was here. We feel lucky and blessed
that his path crossed ours.
July 19, 2011
JAWS: Memories From Martha's Vineyard
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Andy Caulfield, in the summer of 1974, was a "local hire laborer" on the feature film JAWS filmed on Martha's Vineyard, MA. Always with his camera close at hand he documented his and his co workers experiences working and playing on the production. Over 100 of his never-before-seen B&W photographs appear along with many others in the new book JAWS: Memories From Martha's Vineyard, the story about the film production from the Islander's viewpoint, from authors Matt Taylor and Jim Beller.
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Young Photographers Alliance Announces Second Nationwide Mentoring Program
|Pictured in photograph created by Daniella Rascon, (left to right): Margot Cheel, Lynne Damianos, Baoling Huang, Alex Abdalian and Sherry Saunders during their initial meeting in Quincy.|
NEW YORK, NY—June 21, 2011—Young Photographer’s Alliance (YPA), a 501(c)3 educational foundation dedicated to developing the talent of young photographers, has announced its second international mentoring opportunity for students and recent graduates of college-level photography programs. This year’s theme, “Everything is Energy,” focuses on the powerful forces that shape our world, our politics, our environment, our lives and ourselves.
We’re thrilled to offer this tremendous opportunity to a new group of aspiring image makers,” commented Jerry Tavin, YPA Co-founder and president. The goal of this project is for young photographers to look beyond the obvious and explore the theme metaphorically in a way that sheds new light on the human condition.”
Developed with the support of a grant from the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP)—the leading trade association for commercial photographers—the YPA mentor program pairs emerging photographers with a leading photographer. Each student is encouraged to push boundaries and shed light on the subject in new and innovative ways within the context of their photographic specialty. The deliverables will be not only a collection of thought-provoking images, but also a written essay from each mentee that offers insight and inspiration to viewers. In addition to helping these protégées fine-tune their artistic talent and build their portfolios, the program offers them an unparalleled opportunity to develop business skills and explore markets for their work.
More than 50 students will be participating this year. The North American teams include students from colleges across the country mentored by 17 renowned photographers, including Lynne Damianos of Framingham and Margot Cheel of Cohasset. Their mentees are Daniella Rascon of New England School of Photography, Baoling Huang from Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts, Alex Abdalian from Syracuse University and Sherry Saunders from Savannah College of Art and Design. In addition, students in China, Thailand, and the UK will partner with celebrated artists.
In the weeks ahead, YPA will be seeking volunteers to assist with the 2011 YPA Awards Ceremony and Benefit, which will take place on Wednesday October 19. To volunteer or for more information, please contact Deborah Free at (585) 768-7880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter from ASMPNE President Scott Indermaur
I wanted to virtually introduce myself as ASMP New England’s new President. It is wonderful to step into this role with such an active and successful chapter all ready in place. This season has been full of a variety of programs and I’m excited about what we have accomplished and what is being developed for next season.
This season will wrap up with Two Shots of Photoshop in June, and Bill Bachmann: Stock Is Not Dead! in July. We added an extra program this season due to such an active chapter. In addition, we have added a small roundtable (limited attendance) with AIGA (the professional association for design) in June and a social gathering with the creative community in Portsmouth, NH in August. And yet another gathering in Boston, most likely in September.
We’ll start next season with a 2-day event with Brian Storm in September. AND if you are into multimedia, this will be super cool. I am excited for us to have these opportunities and to offer a wide range of topics. It’s an exciting time to be a photographer!
The current chapter board is the largest I have been involved with and they are awesome. We cover a large geographical area with board members traveling as many as 8 hours roundtrip for our board meetings. Please keep feeding your ideas, feedback and insights to the board. We design our programs and make changes to the chapter based upon your suggestions.
I am all about community and feel it is always better when we are more connected as photographers and friends. From my experience, the film lab used to be the watering hole for conversations and connections many years ago. In this digital age, ASMP programs have become one of those watering holes... and the more places to connect, the better. We now have 8 breakfast clubs in New England and those clubs have even morphed to accommodate their needs, for example one club now holds pot luck dinners and themed meetings.
As the president I strive for more connected members in our photography community. This includes members, non-members and our sponsors. I always enjoy conversation with other creative people. On the board we are also creating more streamlined processes to lessen our workload and to add some fun while having our monthly board meeting.
I look forward to seeing you at our programs As always, please contact myself, or anyone on the board, about anything. We enjoying hearing from you and answering your questions. You may find the board listing here: ASMP New England Board Members.
Your feedback is very important, and this survey will only take a few minutes to complete. Your input helps us plan next season and your time is greatly appreciated.
Cheers to another insightful and connected year,
ASMP New England President
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Revealed: A one-of-a-kind project uncovering what lies beneath the surface in each of us: www.revealedproject.com
ASMPNE Educational Outreach
All students who decide to join will receive a copy of the ASMP Business Practices in Photography book. Other benefits include a listing in our Find An Assistant directory and monthly education, business, networking, and photographer showcase meetings. We strive to bring innovative programming to our membership. Please check out the events tap for a list of past and future meeting topics and speakers.
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ASMP New England
Submissions to the Homepage Gallery
To have your work exhibited on our homepage's rotating banner gallery, you must be a general member of this chapter. Please follow these instructions:
The banner image will link to your ASMP "Find a Photographer" page. If you have already submitted a banner, you may submit an updated version from time to time. However, we will only include one banner per person in the rotation at any given time. We cannot guarantee all submissions will be posted.
Flashes of Hope
| © Andy Caulfield
Flashes of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating uplifting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life threatening illnesses. The portraits, taken by award-winning photographers, help children feel better about their changing appearance by celebrating it. For families of terminally ill children, it's especially important to have a portrait that preserves forever the beauty, grace and dignity of their child. We now have Chapters in over 30 cities, including Boston, Providence, and New Haven, CT. If you are interested in volunteering your time, please contact Paola Abello at (617) 515-0605 or email@example.com. Click here to learn more.
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