Santa Monica College will host a PDN 30 educational seminar on Tuesday March 29.
“PDN 30: Strategies for the Young Working Photographer” will take place at Santa Monica College, Room HSS – 165 (Humanities and Social Science Building), 1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, California from 7:00 to 8:30pm; a reception with the panelists and sponsors follows the seminar. The seminar is free; seats are available on a first come, first served basis.
The panelists are:
PDN 30 photographers David Black, Ryan Heffernan and Spencer Lowell; Sony Artisan of Imagery Andy Katz; and art producer Natalie Flemming of ad agency 72andSunny. The seminar moderator will be Holly Stuart Hughes, editor of PDN.
The PDN 30 educational seminars are made possible thanks to Sony, Kodak, Canson and ASMP.
On Thursday March 31, another PDN 30 seminar will take place at the Palm Springs Photo Festival. Sony Artisan of Imagery Brian Smith and Casey Tierney, director of photography at Real Simple, will be joining Black, Heffernan and Lowell for the panel.
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