2018
MSPF
PORTFOLIO REVIEWS
FRI DEC 7
SAT DEC 8   
at HISTORYMIAMI MUSEUM

What does it really take to shoot a compelling photo and put together a concise group of images that shows off your best work and represents who you really are as a photographer?

The Miami Street Photography Festival is thrilled to offer a limited number of portfolio reviews by renowned photographers Barbara Peacock, Meryl Meisler , Nick Turpin,  Rick McCawley, Bob Patterson , Chris Suspect and  Lauren Welles. Sit down with any one, or all of these highly experienced photographers in an intimate, one-on-one session, as they offer feedback, share their insight, and guide you on a path of reaching a larger audience. 

 

SPACE IS LIMITED!

FRI DEC 7 & SAT DEC 8

11am-3pm on the hour.

PRICING:

$75/30 min
$100/45 min


Package:
$150 for (3) three 30 min. reviews (choose any three)

To schedule and reserve a spot: Please email Lynne Kaplan:  lkaplan@miamistreetphotographyfestival.org

 

2018 REVIEWERS

BARBARA PEACOCK

 

Barbara Peacock is a documentary, editorial and commercial photographer whose images have appeared in Newsweek, People, Prevention, Oprah and Real Simple among others, and whose clients and licenses include Arm & Hammer, French's, Disney, Stride Rite, Brookstone, Lever 2000, Toyota, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Kodak, Wells Fargo, Tylenol, and Volkswagen. Having majored in fine arts and photography in college, Barbara started out as a street photographer, going on to study under the tutelage of Mary Ellen Mark, Eugene Richards and Ernesto Bazan. She was recently awarded the Getty Editorial Grant for her project, “American Bedroom” which has been reviewed in The NY Times, The Guardian and MY Modern Met.

 

http://www.barbarapeacock.com/

 

 

NICK TURPIN

 

Nick Turpin is a British photographer who studied art and design, along with photography, film and video. In 2000, Nick founded the first collective for international street photographers, iN-PUBLIC. Nick has also taught and lectured on contemporary street photography at museums, universities and on TV, has exhibited world-wide, and is the author of numerous photography books, including his latest successes, ‘On the Night Bus’ and ‘London Nights’.

 

https://nickturpin.com

 

 

MERYL MEISLER

Inspired by Diane Arbus and Jacque Henri Lartigue, Meryl Meisler went on to study photography under Lisette Model and Cavalliere Ketchum. With New York City as her backdrop, she captured the budding disco life of the early 70’s and a series on Jewish identity, among plentiful other themes. Her work is part of the permanent collections of  the Library of Congress, Columbia University, AT&T, the American Jewish Congress and other universities and museums, and she has released two books of her images.

 

http://www.merylmeisler.com/

 

LAUREN WELLES

 

Lauren is a freelance photographer, and former attorney, based in New York City. Her photography has received several awards and been exhibited at various venues around the world, including: "The Fence" at Photoville, NYC; the Museum of the City of New York, NYC; Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, NYC; PhotoLeiden, The Netherlands; Gudberg Nerger Gallery, Hamburg, DE; the Center For Fine Art Photography, Colorado, the Miami Street Photography Festival, and Rayko Photo Center, SF, among others. Her work and interviews have been published in various publications, including the New York Times, La Repubblica, CBS News, The New Yorker, Slate Magazine, PDN Online; ViewFind; All-About-Photo.com; YourDailyPhotograph.com; World Photography Organization, the Phoblographer, Street Photography Magazine, various street photography books, and elsewhere.  She has recently given artists talks at the School of Visual Arts and the Miami Street Photography Festival. Lauren also mentors, curates for various photo competitions, and reviews work, in order to help photographers discover how to get to their next level, just beyond their comfort zone.

www.laurenwelles.com

http://www.instagram.com/laurenwelles

FRI DEC 8 & SAT DEC 9

11am-3pm on the hour.

 

 

RICK MCCAWLEY

 

 

Rick is a Professor and manager of the Graphic Design program at Broward College for the last 17 years.

As a 12 year staff photographer for the Miami Herald, Rick was part of the team that won Public Service Gold Medal Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of Hurricane Andrew. Other great assignments included the McDuffy riots, the Mariel boat lift, the first Space Shuttle launch, two Popes, four Presidents and the Miami Dolphin games. As the principal underwater photographer for the Herald Rick made the first photos of Mel Fischer on the wreck of the Nuestra Señora de Atocha, the 1622 Spanish flag ship, and discovered a chest of silver coins. Rick has a Masters Degree in Photography and an MFA in Graphic Design, and has published more than15 books of photography and graphic design including "How to Critique Photography". This will be his third year offering his very popular portfolio reviews at the Miami Street Photography Festival.

http://www.rickmccawley.com

http://www.instagram.com/rmccawley

FRI DEC 8 & SAT DEC 9

11am-3pm on the hour.

 

 

 

 

CHRIS SUSPECT

 

Chris Suspect is a street and documentary photographer from the Washington, DC area. His work has been recognized internationally and has been exhibited at various venues in the U.S, Germany, Belgium, Georgia and the United Kingdom. His documentary work on the underground music scene in Washington, D.C., was published as a book, Suspect Device, in 2014. Suspect’s work is held in the Leica Galerie Archives and the Washington, DC, Public Library Archives. He has won numerous photography contests, including this year’s FotoWeek DC and StreetFoto San Francisco. He has served as a judge for the Miami Street Photography Festival, the Brussels Street Photography Festival and the World Street Photography Photo Book Competition. Since 2012 he has been a member of the STRATA photo collective and is currently a member of WorldSP.co.

suspectdevice.net

stratacollective.com

FRI DEC 8 & SAT DEC 9

11am-3pm on the hour.

 

 

BOB PATTERSON

 

Bob Patterson is a photographer, web developer and publisher of Street Photography Magazine, as well as host an producer of the podcast with the same name. Originally trained as a journalist, he created the magazine out of his love of street and documentary photography and desire to find his own photographic voice. Over the past six years of publishing Street Photography Magazine, he as reviewed the work and  studied the portfolios of hundreds of photographers at all skill levels. In the process he has identified some common traits of those who have gained notoriety in the digital world as well common mistakes that can be avoided.

 

http://streetphotographymagazine.com

IBARIONEX PERELLO

Ibarionex is a photographer, writer, and educator as well as the host and producer of The Candid Frame, an internationally acclaimed interview podcast. Since 2006, Ibarionex has featured insightful conversations with some of the world’s top established and emerging photographers. He has authored multiple books on the topic of photography including the best seller, Chasing the Light: Improving Your Photography with Available Light. His images and articles have appeared in numerous publications including Digital Photo Pro, Rangefinder, Outdoor Photography and more, and he has served as an adjunct professor at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.   

 

http://www.ibarionex.net/

 

 

TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE FOR A PORTFOLIO REVIEW SEND AN EMAIL TO

                                                                     

                                                  lynne kaplan:  lkaplan@miamistreetphotographyfestival.org

 

       

 

 

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