Photolucida Portfolio Walk Event

Reviewers and Participants

On day one (of three full days of reviewing) of the bi-annual Photolucida portfolio reviews held this year at Jupiter Next in Portland Oregon, there is also an annual portfolio event in the evening. The Portfolio Walk and Photobook Fair is a public event held in the Fields Ballroom (Marks Building) at the Portland Art Museum.

Event Photography of Photolucida:
Photolucida Portfolio Review Event Day One
Photolucida Portfolio Review Event Day Two

“Photolucida is an arts nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to provide platforms that expand, inspire, educate and connect the regional, national, and international photography community.”

“PORTFOLIO REVIEWS FESTIVAL
Every other April, an international set of photographers and reviewers gather in Portland, Oregon for a five-day celebration of photography that includes lectures, workshops, and exhibition collaborations. Intensive portfolio reviews are at the heart of the festival. Reviewers are selected for their experience, involvement, and commitment to advancing the work of emerging and mid-career artists. Over the years, many participants have made contacts that have led directly to exhibitions, publications, and sales, in addition to receiving useful critiques.

By providing a venue for in-depth, informed, and supportive dialogue between photographers, gallery owners, curators, publishers, editors, and consultants, Photolucida promotes the culture of photography locally, nationally, and internationally. The next Portfolio Reviews event will take place April 21-23, 2022 in Portland, Oregon.” from About | Photolucida

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Photolucida Portfolio Review Event Day Two

Reviewers and Participants

This is day two (of three full days of reviewing) of the bi-annual Photolucida portfolio reviews held this year at Jupiter Next in Portland Oregon.​​​​​​​​

 

Featuring Sasha Wolf for the Lunchtime Chat: “How I Choose to Add New Artists to the Roster” and booksigning of PhotoWork.

“Photolucida is an arts nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to provide platforms that expand, inspire, educate and connect the regional, national, and international photography community.”

“PORTFOLIO REVIEWS FESTIVAL
Every other April, an international set of photographers and reviewers gather in Portland, Oregon for a five-day celebration of photography that includes lectures, workshops, and exhibition collaborations. Intensive portfolio reviews are at the heart of the festival. Reviewers are selected for their experience, involvement, and commitment to advancing the work of emerging and mid-career artists. Over the years, many participants have made contacts that have led directly to exhibitions, publications, and sales, in addition to receiving useful critiques.

By providing a venue for in-depth, informed, and supportive dialogue between photographers, gallery owners, curators, publishers, editors, and consultants, Photolucida promotes the culture of photography locally, nationally, and internationally. The next Portfolio Reviews event will take place April 21-23, 2022 in Portland, Oregon.” from About | Photolucida

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Photolucida Portfolio Review Event Day One

Portfolio Reviewer and Participant at Jupiter Next Hotel in Portland Oregon

Today is day one of the bi-annual Photolucida portfolio reviews held this year at Jupiter Next in Portland Oregon.​​​​​​​​

Featuring William Boling for the Lunchtime Chat: August Sander in the World of NFTs – Where are We Now? (panel with Darius Himes, Klea McKenna & Alejandro Cartagena).

“Photolucida is an arts nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to provide platforms that expand, inspire, educate and connect the regional, national, and international photography community.”

“PORTFOLIO REVIEWS FESTIVAL
Every other April, an international set of photographers and reviewers gather in Portland, Oregon for a five-day celebration of photography that includes lectures, workshops, and exhibition collaborations. Intensive portfolio reviews are at the heart of the festival. Reviewers are selected for their experience, involvement, and commitment to advancing the work of emerging and mid-career artists. Over the years, many participants have made contacts that have led directly to exhibitions, publications, and sales, in addition to receiving useful critiques.

By providing a venue for in-depth, informed, and supportive dialogue between photographers, gallery owners, curators, publishers, editors, and consultants, Photolucida promotes the culture of photography locally, nationally, and internationally. The next Portfolio Reviews event will take place April 21-23, 2022 in Portland, Oregon.” from About | Photolucida

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Corporate Event Photography for Cadeo Group

Event photography for Cadeo Group’s company retreat held at the Mondrian on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. The two day event celebrated big wins and company morale.

We also made headshots for each employee at the event and held a headshot session Portland to provide Cadeo Group with fresh and proferssional company headshots to feature on their website.

View the headshots by visiting our blog post, New Work for Cadeo Group.

Want to know more view our Event Photography Gallery and our Company Headshot Gallery

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Rhythm on the Rails Writing Retreat

All aboard!

Rhythm on the Rails participant enjoying the expansive river views via Business Class.

I’ve never been on a train. So when I had heard about a one day writing retreat by train from Portland’s Union Train Station to Seattle’s King Street Train Station I was really intrigued. The train went by way of the Amtrak Cascades route which is one the most beautiful train routes in the PNW and arguably the best in the nation. Just the type of place you’d want to be tucked in to work on a writing project, or at lease in my case, to write my wedding vows uninterrupted by my dogs and routine of daily life.

Johnnie Mazzacco is the brain’s behind the idea. Formed from her own experience of taking the train and finding the inspiring bubble the train provides decided to transport groups of writers to and from Seattle with a loose structure based on isolated time to write combined with a social lunch and artistic scavenger hunt at the Seattle Art Museum.

If you are looking to get yourself into a unique head space for writing her next retreat is in June. You can learn more here Rhythm on the Rails. And for fun, the reason I travel can be summed up in Jason Silva’s Why do we travel? video.

When we grow we celebrate!

I had a the wonderful opportunity to photograph a phase of growth for a family, a Bar Mitzvah. The kindness the family cultivates permeated throughout the whole session while the ceremonial threads echoed a calm and peaceful yet celebratory tone. It was a pleasure to witness this cultural tradition.

Here is a sneak peek to the ceremonial space.