LOUPED IN: Tuesday, November 11

LOUPED IN: Tuesday, November 11
"The world now contains more photographs than bricks, and they are, astonishingly, all different."  - John Szarkowski
The Photography Editors

They began in philosophy and film, retail and environmental studies; but today they are all photography editors: passionate about the images they produce, and the photographers they work with. On Tuesday night they'll talk about what sparks their imagination, their inspirations, and the assignments that keep them questioning, "how should this look?"

Please join us on Tuesday, November 11th at FIT for an evening of informal conversation and a crash course in ways of seeing.  Moderated by Catherine Talese.

Lisa Berman, Entertainment Weekly
David Carthas, Blender
Nancy Jo Iacoi, Orchard Represents
Michele McNally, The New York Times
Michael Norseng, Esquire
Zana Woods, WIRED

Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre, F.I.T.
27th Street & Seventh Avenue, NYC

7:00 - 8:30 PM, doors open at 6:30

SPD Members, $10 in advance ($15 at the door, CASH ONLY)
Non-Members, $15 in advance ($20 at the door, CASH ONLY)
Students & faculty with valid ID:  $5

Please call SPD at 212-223-3332 by noon on Friday, November 7th for advance tickets; after Friday the 7th, tickets can be purchased at the door Tuesday evening, CASH ONLY.

RSVP early!  All tickets, and seating, are first come, first served.

  • Carolyn

    Hi, I attended the Louped in event last night and I just had a few comments. It seems like there were a lot of creatives in the audience last night, yet the photo editors were not really asked in depth or specifically about their creative processes. Each photo editor works at an amazing magazine and it would have been great to hear the differences between each working process more (How many shoots do they set up an issue? Who is involved on their team? Does the art director attend the shoots as well, or just the photo editor? What was your most rewarding shoot?). It seems that if each person on the panel had been asked to bring a photo or photos with them to describe how hard/fun/surprising/unexpected the shoot was, that would have provided more information regarding what each photo editor does everyday and more wow factor for the audience. We were dying to know more behind the scenes details.

    Thanks, I look forward to more in depth discussions in the future.

    Carolyn Eckert

    Art Director, Wondertime Magazine

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