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      CRAFTING THE PERSONAL PROJECT, with Brandon Thibodeaux in Greenville

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      August 18, 2018

      Saturday   9:30 AM

      116 East Broad St
      Greenville, South Carolina

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      CRAFTING THE PERSONAL PROJECT, with Brandon Thibodeaux

      Personal projects are essential to define your identity as a photographer. Whether portrait series, photojournalism or conceptual pieces, they express your passion and—if done well—inspire that same passion in others. Maybe you've just started a new project. Maybe you're stranded in the middle of one. Or maybe you've been working on something for years and just need that last push to get it out into the world. Regardless of where you are in your process, Brandon Thibodeaux shows you how to take your idea and mold it into a finished body of work. At the end of our time together we hold group discussions about what lies ahead for our projects. There are a multitude of resources and outlets for your work; some may be destined for a book, others for a gallery wall or perhaps even a commissioned assignment. Whether it's for a curator, book publisher, or magazine editor, you come away with the know-how to harness your personal project's potential and get it in front of the right audience. This is not a shooting workshop. Please bring a body of work, or several, to develop over the weekend. Brandon Thibodeaux was raised in Beaumont, Texas, where his photography career began in 2002 at a small daily newspaper while studying photography at Lamar University.  He now resides in Dallas, TX, and his clients include Atlantic Records, BBVA Compass Bank, ED&F Man, Fader, Forbes, FT Weekend Magazine, Guardian Weekend Magazine, Harper's, HGTV,, Monocle, Mother Jones, MSNBC, The New York Times, NPR, Oprah Winfrey Network, Shell Oil, Urban Land Institute, World Wildlife Fund, and The Wall Street Journal, among others. His work is recognized by American Photo Magazine, Photo District News, and the Oxford American lists him as one of their 100 Under 100, New Superstars of Southern Art. His photographic project in the Mississippi Delta, “When Morning Comes”, was awarded Center’s Gallerist Choice Award 2013, AI-AP American Photography 30, the Critical Mass Solo Show Award 2013, the 2014 Michael P. Smith Fund For Documentary Photography Grant and the 2016 Palm Springs Photo Festival Portfolio Review Award.

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