with Laurie Klein
Designed for students with a body of work they’d like to take further. Have you ever wanted an external nudge to help you grow and evolve? Fresh eyes bring fresh insight. This class will challenge you to more deeply explore your work, what you see in your project and where you need to go next. Get ready for challenge, encouragement, passion and inspiration to take your next leap with your project.
You will learn to look objectively through your project, to see and hear critiques and complements and use them to further your work. You will hone your skill at objective image assessment and advance your passionate image development.
Hands-on work will include project review and individually tailored assignments that strengthen your creative project.
Bring to class 15 of your photographic PRINTS from your project; 4x6 or larger. Include at least 5 that you feel are problematic in some way and at least 5 you believe represent your best project work. Bring ideas, and challenges, for additional contributions to your project.
About Laurie Klein
Laurie is recognized worldwide for her arresting infrared photography. Her work embodies a soft passionate style that very often depicts the feminine experience, relationships and natural landscapes. She was a protégé of the iconic photographer Ansel Adams. She teaches her craft and mentors students of all ages including fine art students and professional photographers throughout the world. Her work has appeared in hundreds of magazines and she is the published author of three critically acclaimed books. Laurie is also an accomplished motivational speaker and spiritual guide who conducts workshops for women in transition.
She received her M.F.A. from Ohio University and her B.F.A. from R.I.T