APA NY Portfolio Reviews – Tuesday June 24 6-9pm

APA NY Portfolio Reviews – Tuesday June 24, 2014  6-9pm


APA NY is holding their Portfolio Review at Wix Lounge on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 from 6-9pm.

Venue location is 235 w 23rd st, 8th floor, New York, NY, 10011

All registrants will see three reviewers, for 15 minutes each.

On Friday June 20th, attendees will be asked to request their top 5 reviewers in order, APA NY will then place attendees and reviewers together, doing their best to get you in front of who you want. The sooner you respond, the more likely you get to see who you want!

First three Pro members: FREE

Next ten Pro members: $50

APA members: $75

Non-Members: $150

We have an amazing line-up of Reviewers who want to see YOUR PORTFOLIO.

For more information and to register for this event, please click here.

ChatterEvents – May 2014

ChatterEvents – May 2014

Here are some events taking place this “merry” month of May:

Saturday, May 10 & Monday, May 12, 2014

Two Upcoming Screenings at the Bronx Documentary Center

Located @ 614 Courtlandt Avenue, Bronx

Saturday, May 10, 2014 @ 7pm – Everybody Street: Legendary Street Photographers

Monday, May 12, 2014 @ 7:30pm – Tighten Your Belts, Bite The Bullet

Tuesday, May 13 – Thursday, May 15, 2014NYC Fotoworks Portfolio Reviews

Located @ Go Studios, 318 West 39th Street, Penthouse

Wednesday May 14, 2014   6-8pmHow to Land the Job – Corporate Photography Panel

Presented by APA NY & Frank Meo / The Photo Closer

Located @ the PhotoShelter offices, 33 Union Square West

Saturday, May 17, 2014   2-6pmART 3 Gallery Inaugural Opening

ART 3 Gallery @ 109 Ingraham Street, Suite 102, Brooklyn

Opening @ dutesco STUDIOS, 109 Ingraham Street, Suite 105, Brooklyn

Wednesday, May 21, 2014   1-2pm

You’ve Won the Job, Now What? – Webinar w/Kat Dalager

ASMP National’s May 2014 Business as unUsual

To register, please click here!


Wednesday, May 21, 2014   7-9pm

Open Show NY #11

Guest Curators, Gallerist & Writer Charles Guice and Miriam Romais from En Foco.

Located @ The Invisible Dog Art Center, 51 Bergen St, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Saturday, May 31, 2014   7pm Potluck, 9pm Slideshow, 11pm Afterparty

SLIDELUCK Bushwick III

To submit by May 15 please click here!

Located @ Sandbox Studio BK, 154 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn

Also takes place during Bushwick Open Studios 2014

Tony Gale – ChatterArtist April 2014

Tony Gale – ChatterArtist April 2014

Our ChatterArtist for this month is New York-based portrait and lifestyle photographer Tony Gale, an Aries, born on March 26. Tony was recently a participant on the PDN 30 Panel held at the SVA Theater on West 23rd Street, during which it was revealed to be his birthday on that same exact day! As I thought about it, I recognized some of the Aries characteristics in him, starting with when Tony mentioned during the panel discussion (about how to survive when you are first starting out) that he worked as a cook part-time to help pay the bills, until he had enough work photographically to sustain him.

Sony DSC © 2011 Tony Gale

As we know, the Planet Mars, God of War, rules the sign of Aries. Mars is therefore associated with all weapons, especially knives – they like to cut. Besides the military and law enforcement Mars is also connected with other professions that like to cut including butchers, cooks, chefs and hairdressers. So even though Tony’s dream was not necessarily to become a chef, the kitchen was a natural place for him to be. Another connection with cooking is that Mars is associated with the Tongue and your sense of Taste.

Ingrid Hoffman, host of Simply Delicioso on the Cooking Channel © 2013 Tony Gale

On his website About Page Tony says: Tony Gale is an award winning, portrait/lifestyle photographer. Tony was raised in Bellingham, Washington (90 miles north of Seattle) and spent most of his time as a child exploring the woods behind his parents’ house. At 19, after visiting Bruce Lee’s grave in Seattle, and taking his first photo with a disposable camera, he bought his first camera. He promptly broke it and bought his first SLR. At 21 he moved to Seattle to pursue photography and in fall of 2000 moved to NYC, the center of the world.

Three things popped out for me – the 1st is that fact that he spent his childhood “exploring” the woods… Aries is the Adventurer and the Explorer – that’s what they do. And we see much of Tony’s adventurous nature not only in his photography but also in his personal life. Which brings me to the 2nd thing in that statement, which was visiting Bruce Lee’s grave, and his natural attraction to Fighting and the Martial Arts. And the 3rd was where he mentioned he broke his first camera – Aries is connected with Accidents.

Aerialist © 2009 Tony Gale

One of my favorites of Tony’s personal projects is a series entitled Some Interesting People that has evolved and grown over time, and even has its own separate URL now. For this particular project Tony asked people to nominate “interesting people” to have their portrait taken. The subject had to be specifically nominated by someone else and say why it was they were nominating this person. Aries (and all Fire signs) are connected with Inspiration, so here for example is one of Tony’s favorite stories, which embraces both Accidents, Athletes and Inspiration.

Vic Calise, Paralympian, Accessibility Coordinator NYC Parks © 2012 Tony Gale

Vic Calise: Vic is a paraplegic; he was injured in a mountain Biking accident almost 18 years ago in Forest Park, Queens. We became friendly about 2 years after his injury.  When you speak to Vic for about 2 minutes you forget that he is in a wheelchair and you think of him as someone who can do anything that you or I could do. And he does. We have two young daughters, 9 and 6, and they think their Dad can do or fix anything. He is a disabled athlete who competed in the Winter Paralympics games in Nagano, Japan in 1998 and who has stayed involved in the sport of sled hockey since. He works for NYC parks as the ADA coordinator to make all parks accessible to people with disabilities. He also organizes events throughout the 5 boroughs for kids with disabilities. He is frequently asked to speak at different events and organizations around the city. He is also about to complete his Masters degree, all while being totally involved in our daughters’ activities (soccer coach) and working full time. And he has a great personality; most everyone who meets him is drawn to him in some way. [Nominated and described by Susan Calise]

Boxer © 2014 Tony Gale

So when Tony’s not holding (or breaking – just kidding, he only did that when he was younger) a camera, he is most likely to be found training or competing somewhere in the wild outdoors, because he is also an avid and accomplished Triathlete himself (yep, that is swimming, biking & running folks!) and he volunteers with The Brooklyn Tri Club. Aries and people with a strong Mars are usually very tough physically. They may not be the largest fighters on the team, but they are strong and tough! This also explains why Tony enjoys and is very good at photographing Athletes.

Triathlete, Hawaii © 2014 Tony Gale

The Brooklyn Tri Club is not the only place where Tony gives generously of himself and his time. He has also been on the Board of APA NY (American Photographic Artists) for many years and has taught workshops on Photographic Lighting around the country and classes here in New York City at Parsons The New School for Design.

Charles Reinhart, Director of the American Dance Festival © 2010 Tony Gale

Now, I have known Tony for years, and run into him at just about every single photography event there is in New York. I truly believe that Tony Gale is in fact, the originator of The Selfie because no matter what event or where you run into him, he will immediately whip out his camera and take a photo not of you, but with you. That’s why, if you go to my Facebook page – you’ll see this – almost half the photos on there are of me with Tony… and he probably took the majority of the other ones he’s not in! If you think about it, the basic principle of The Selfie ties in nicely with the Aries trait of being shall we say a little “in-your-face” at times? But Tony does it in such a nice way that you forget what it is he’s doing, and before you can even get home from the event, or get mad at him, you’ve already been loaded onto Facebook and “tagged!”

Screen Grab from Facebook

APA NY Apple Lecture w/Robert Herman June 18, 2013

DATE CHANGE: APA NY Apple Lecture Series Presents Robert Herman on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at the Soho Apple Store on Prince Street from 7:00pm – 8:00pm – these presentations are FREE

From the website: Robert Herman has been a street photographer since his days as an NYU film student back in the late 70’s… His photos of New York City, shot between 1978-2005 on Kodachrome, are now collected in his first monograph: The New Yorkers

APA NY Presents: Apple Lecture with Miller Mobley

Monday, August 20th, 2012 – 7 – 8pm

@ Soho Apple Store
103 Prince Street
New York, NY

Cost: Free! (seating is limited)

“Creating Work That Moves You”


Miller Mobley

http://www.millermobley.com/

From the website:

Miller Mobley was born and raised in the great state of Alabama. After spending his first 24 years in Alabama, he decided to move to New York City in 2011 with his wife, Jana. He’s a young photographer who specializes in advertising and editorial portrait photography. Some of his clients include Land Rover, Nike, Garden & Gun, Business Week and The Atlantic, among others. His work has been recognized by American Photography and Photo District News. When not traveling or shooting, Miller can most likely be found eating all the incredible food that NYC has to offer.”

For more information please visit: http://apany.com/event/august-20-apple-lecture-miller-mobley/

ChatterEvents March 2012

Phase One IQ Photography Conference

Cost: $39

From the website:
“Stop by the conference and get an overview of the Bronimaging line. Try the latest in Broncolor lighting and equipment. Work hands on with the Broncolor experts in a photo shoot. Experience for yourself how the IQ camera system can take your photography to the next level. Learn why medium format is the next step beyond DSLR when image quality is paramount! The Phase One IQ photography conference is coming to a city near you! Join us and learn how some of the world’s best photographers have benefitted from using the Phase One IQ camera system.”

Miami, FL: Thursday, March 15th, 2012 – More info
New York, NY: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 – More info
Los Angeles, CA: Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 – More info

Monday, March 19th, 2012 – 7-8pm
APA NY Presents: Apple Lecture with John Midgley

@ Apple Store
401 West 14th Street
New York, NY

Cost: Free (but space is limited)

About John Midgley:
“Born in London, John Midgley grew up in Nairobi, Paris and London, where his mother, a painter, used to drag him around to see art house films and art exhibitions. That first contact with painting and film finds its way into his work to this day. His first introduction to photography came at age seven, when he modeled for Sarah Moon in Paris.”

For more information please visit: http://apany.com/event/march-19-apple-lecture-john-midgley/
To see more of John’s work please visit: http://www.john-midgley.com/

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 – 6:30pm
ASMP NY Presents: Get Out of Your Cave #4

@ Shades of Green Pub
125 East 15th Street (between Irving & 3rd Avenue)
New York, NY

For more information please visit: http://asmpny.org/

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 – 6:30pm
NY Monthly Photo Salon

@ Soho Photo Gallery
15 White Street (between Avenue of the Americas and West Broadway)
New York, NY

Cost: $10 at the door

Featuring the work of: Bob CareyMarkus HartelRuben Natal-San MiguelHaley J. Samuelson and Jay Maisel (line-up subject to change).

For questions or more information please contact: Beth AckermanEmmanuel Faure or Bill Westheimer.

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 – 7-10pm
Slideluck Potshow Presents: NY Launch of Red, White & View

@ WIX Lounge
10 West 18th Street (between 5th and 6th
New York, NY

Cost: $10 tickets. All proceeds from ticket sales and a portion of the art sales from this event will go to support Slideluck Potshow.

From the evite:
“What is RED WHITE & VIEW?  It’s as simple as enjoying RED wine, WHITE wine with an engaging and interesting mix of people and taking the opportunity to VIEW an exhibition of a selection of some of New York’s most promising emerging artists.

In addition, we’ll have musical stylings by author, artist and philosopher DJ Spooky (Paul D. Miller).  There will be a preview of behind the scenes shots from Naked Sea – Spencer Tunick’s recent installation in the Dead Sea by photographer Casey Kelbaugh.   Forever Young will be pouring their Argentinian wines, Brooklyn Brewery will be providing their delicious beers, Perrier will be bringing the sparkle, and we’ll have foods provided by Shantilly Picnic, Brooklyn Fork & Spoon and others.”

For more information please visit: http://www.wixlounge.com,  http://slideluckpotshow.com/, and here.

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 – 6:30pm
Adhesive NYC

@ ZIO
17 West 19th Street

Thursday, March 29th, 2012 – Sunday, April 1st, 2012
AIPAD

@ Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue
New York, NY

Cost: $40 for four-day pass; $25 for one-day pass; $10 for one-day pass with student ID

For more information and to register please visit: http://www.aipad.com/

Saturday, March 31st, 2012 – 1:00pm
ASMP NY Presents: Student Portfolio Review 2012

@ FIT
John E. Reeves Great Hall
28th Street and 2nd Avenue
New York, NY

Cost: Free (bring student ID)

From the website:
“For the first time, ASMPNY is excited to announce we will host a Student Portfolio Review for students studying in the field of photography.  This event will be an opportunity for young photographers  to meet one on one with leading industry professionals to receive valuable feedback on their work while also helping students to prepare for entering the working world of photography and start developing their professional networks .  For our reviewers, this is a first look at emerging, fresh talent paving the way for the future of the industry.”

For more information please visit: http://asmpny.org/


Sunday, April 1st, 2012 – Friday, April 6th, 2012
Palm Springs Photo Festival

For more information and to register please visit: http://2012.palmspringsphotofestival.com/

ChatterEvents February 2012

Thursday, February 9th, 2012 – 6pm
APA NY: Building an Estimate, with Jess Dudley

@ Chelsea Daylight Studio
236 West 6th Street, Suite #1104
New York, NY

Cost: APA Members – $10 in advance; Non-Members – $20 in advance (additional $5 at the door)


Jess Dudley, © Robb Scharetg

From the website:
“We each work hard to find new clients and are elated when someone shows interest in our work. But that elation often turns to panic when we’re asked to submit an estimate for a project. How do you structure an estimate, what are the line items, what is the client expecting, how do you look professional?
Creating a professional estimate is not an exercise in black magic and secret sauce. Jess Dudley will demystify the estimating process for us by breaking it down into a logical structure. Come and hear a pro talk about the entire process of building a professional estimate.”

For more information and to register please visit: http://apany.com/event/february-9-building-an-estimate-with-jess-dudley/

Monday, February 13th, 2012 – 7-8pm
APA NY Presents: Matt Hoyle – Storytelling

@ Apple Store SoHo
401 West 14th Street
New York, NY

Cost: Free! Space is limited


© Matt Hoyle

For more information please visit: http://apany.com/event/february-13-apple-lecture-matt-hoyle/

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 – 6:30pm
ASMP NE Presents: CDIA Big Shots with Jack Reznicki

@ CDIA
Studio C
274 Moody Street
Waltham, MA

Cost: Event is free but space is limited
RSVP: events@cdiabu.com

From the website:
“ASMP New England in association with Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts will be hosting a Big Shots presentation by Jack Reznicki, one of Canon’s EXPLORERS OF LIGHT. (This is a part of CDIA’S Big Shots Program).”

For more information please visit: http://asmpne.org/articles/cdia-big-shots-jack-reznicki.html

Also Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 – 6:30pm
NY Monthly Photo Salon

@ SoHo Photo Gallery
15 White Street
New York, NY

Cost: $10 at the door

Presenting the work of: David Carol, Robert Herman, Jaime Permuth, Jay Maisel. Line-up is subject to change.

For more information or questions please contact: Beth Ackerman bethackerman@gmail.com, Emmanuel Faure Emmanuel@emmanuelfaure.com or Bill Westheimer bill@billwest.com.

Thursday, February 16th, 2012 – 6-8pm
Barry Rosenthal: Margins – Opening Reception
Exhibition on display through Saturday, March 17th, 2012

@ DIB Gallery
547 West 27th, Suite #533
New York, NY

For more information please visit: http://dibgallery.com/
To view more of Barry Rosenthal’s work please visit: http://www.photobotanicus.com/

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 – 7-9pm
ASMP NY Presents: Stock is Not Dead

@ Capsule Studio
873 Broadway, between18th and 19th Streets
New York, NY

Cost: Free for Members; $25 for Non-Members; $15 for Students


© Bill Bachmann

From the website:
“Bill Bachmann will present a lecture with many positive & inspiring ways to add both the enjoyment and more lucrative methods to do the same photography.   Bill has given lectures around the world and seen countless photographers experience more fun and find greater success in their careers.  He will present ways to earn considerably more money and have the freedom to create images we all love.  He also will give suggestions on how he markets his work to get bigger & better-paying assignments, both nationally and internationally.”

For more information and to register please visit: http://asmpny.org/2012/01/31/bill-bachmann-“stock-is-not-dead”/

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012 – 6:30pm
Adhesive NYC Meet Up: Sticking Creatives Together

@ Sweet & Vicious
5 Spring Street
New York, NY

ASMP and the Copyright Clearance Center Present a Series of Webinars

The Future of Licensing – Wednesday, February 29th, 2012 – 1-2:30pm EST

(re)Imagining the Future – Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 – 1-2:30pm EST

To view the full list of events and to register please visit: http://asmp.org/webinars

ChatterEvents January 2012

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 – 6-9pm
APANY Presents: Why We Hire You

@ Calumet
22 West 22nd Street
New York, NY

Cost: APA Members: $10 in advance, $15 at the door; Non-Members $20 in advance, $25 at the door


From the evite:
“What makes a photographer’s style just right for a job? Does the creative team know the photographer they want to use from the beginning of the concepting process? What makes a photographer the one they want to use? What goes into the process of choosing a photographer and who wins?

Andrea Stern, SternRep, will take on the role as your photo rep for the evening. She will delve into the minds of top decision makers to find out how you can increase your chances to be hired. Let’s get clearer together, on how this goes down.”

For more information please visit: http://apany.com/event/january-10-why-we-hire-you/

Adorama Winter Workshops

Be sure to check out the winter workshops line-up at Adorama: http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=ws_SignUp

ASMP & Copyright Clearance Center Present Free Live Webinars:

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 – 1-2:30pm EST
Examining Compensation Models for Visual Content
Panelists:
Eugene Mopsik, ASMP
Michael Bilbrey, Leo Burnett USA
Joe Wikert, O’Reilly Media

Moderator: Chris Kenneally
Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 – 1-2pm EST
ASMP & Copyright Clearance Center Present: Alternate Approaches to Relicensing/Reusing Existing Visual Content
Panelists:
Mari Masalin-Cooper, CCC
Patrick Donehue, Consultant & Educator
Allen Murabayashi, PhotoShelter

Moderator: Judy Herrmann

Live attendance for both of these events is limited, so log in early. All registrants will receive a free recording of the program.

For more information on these webinars please visit: http://asmp.org/webinars

Thursday, January 19th, 2012 – 6-8:30pm
Art Directors Club Presents: Frank Meo’s Mindprints Art Opening
Exhibition on display Monday, January 16th – Friday, January 20th, 2012

@ ADC
106 West 29th Street
New York, NY

RSVP here: rsvp@adcglobal.org

For more information please visit: http://www.adcglobal.org/adc/events/calendar/

Friday, January 27th – Sunday, January 29th 2012
Join LAND at the 2012 Annual Outsider Art Fair

@ 7 West 34th Street off 5th Avenue
New York, NY

Cost: $20/day & $35/two-day pass

Some of you may recall when we featured some of the artists from the LAND Gallery and Art Center in Dumbo last year. One of my favorites, and the one whose card I purchased, is artist Michael Pellew – and in their latest newsletter, I noticed that Michael had been written up in Paper Magazine – http://www.papermag.com/arts_and_style/2011/12/planes-trains-and-automobiles.php

So I had to show you something from this brilliant new series “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” commissioned by Paper, combining two of his favorite subjects – celebrities and travel. Here we have “Led Zeppelin & Prince (before he was a pop star) in his teens in 1975 would like to welcome you to New York. Led Zeppelin on the IRT subway.”


© Michael Pellew

For more information about LAND please visit: http://landgallery.org/
For more information about the fair please visit: http://sanfordsmith.com/default.aspx?pageId=3


Monday, January 30th, 2012 – 7-8pm
APA|NY Image Makers Lecture Series: Portraits of the World – Photos by Bruce Byers

@ The Apple Store
401 West 14th Street
New York, NY

Cost: Free (seating is limited)

I have known photographer Bruce Byers for quite a few years now and run into him at many of the photography events around town. Bruce will be presenting his “Portraits of the World” for the Image Makers Lecture Series at the Apple Store on 14th Street at the end of the month, so be sure to check that out.

For more information please visit: http://apany.com/event/december-19-image-makers-lecture-bruce-byers/