Setting up before the rain, Friday June 23rd, Brooklyn. Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo
Photoville opened this past, steamy weekend in Brooklyn, NY. The festival features some 30 shipping containers showing mini-exhibitions curated by some great people and organizations, with photographs hung using various creative methods. The other rather wonderful element is the quality of talks and presentations being hosted. I will be one of the talkers this coming weekend, on June 30th, where I am thrilled to be hosted by Rock Paper Photo with my long-term colleague and dear friend, consultant and curator Julie Grahame, and shorter-term pal, the young and lovely music photographer Anna Webber. Join us at 1.30 pm for “Beyond the Picture: The Art of Selling Music Photography” What does it take for music and entertainment photographers to successfully market and sell their work?
Photoville and all the talks are FREE so come on over to Brooklyn Bridge Park. We’ll see you on Saturday!
“Blinded By The Light” Rock Paper Photo’s container, packed with great music photography.
From Biggie and Tupac… (by Chi Modu)
…to Hendrix and Joplin (by Baron Wolman) All images Courtesy of Rock Paper Photo