The corporate-America-escapee turned full-time outdoor photographer, writer, publisher, instructor, and speaker from Chandler, Arizona Colleen Miniuk is our 2nd speaker of the series.
Colleen’s credits include National Geographic calendars, Arizona Highways, AAA Via, National Parks Traveler, On Landscape, and a variety of other publications. After serving three times as an Artist-in-Residence with Acadia National Park, she authored the award-winning guidebook, Photographing Acadia National Park: The Essential Guide to When, Where, and How. She is also the author of Wild in Arizona: Photographing Arizona’s Wildflowers, Seeing the Light in Outdoor Photography, and The Current Flows: Water in the Arid West. She writes an online photography advice column called “Dear Bubbles” and leads photography workshops, women’s photography retreats (called “Sheography™”), and online sessions for camera clubs, outdoor organizations, and private clients.
Her presentation will be about. “Creating with the Creative Process: A Visualization-Driven Approach to More Meaningful Photographs.”
This presentation is bound to give you a major creative jolt! Hear insights on how integrating pre-visualization, visualization, and post-visualization with the creative process can help you connect more deeply with your subjects and create more meaningful visual expressions.