The great SAM ABELL will be speaking in Santa Monica on 12/2 at Bergamont Station. A great photographer, teacher and mentor to many; his lectures are inspirational and not to be missed!
Information from an eblast from asmpla:
A Canon Explorer of Light, he has photographed projects all over the world – some of which have become legendary among photographers. Abell’s work manages to be (at least) three things at once: first-rate photojournalism, beautiful and beautifully composed, and poetic and moving.
Abell has also developed a highly-regarded career as a speaker and teacher, mentoring countless photographers for many years, including at the Maine, Santa Fe, and Julia Dean Workshops. As composed as one of his images, clear-eyed, and passionate, he is able to convey what makes images work – and what helps them fail – in ordinary language that anyone at any level can understand.
Whether you’re an experienced pro or a student, and no matter what kinds of images you produce, you’ll receive something from hearing Abell talk that is rare and energizing.
The author of several books, you can watch Abell discuss his work at the Geographic HERE
You can see more of Abell’s work, and read a terrific interview about his book,
Sam Abell, The Photographic Life at:
Doors open 6:30, lecture at 7. Students: $5.00, everyone else $10.
LOCATION: Writers Boot Camp, Bergamot Station Arts Center, 2525 Michigan Avenue, building i, Santa Monica
DIRECTIONS: From the 10 Freeway going west, exit at Cloverfield, go north. At the first light/intersection go right onto Michigan, follow until it ends (a few hundred yards), and make a left into the Bergamot Station lot (you won’t have a choice).
There is a map in front of the first buildings you’ll see, and Writers Boot Camp is all the way down the buildings on the left side.
OR, click here for maps (Building i is the only one without its letter on the map, next to Building H): www.bergamotstation.com/map.html“