The quickest way from point A to point B is a straight line. This concept works well if you’re taking a road trip and want to reach your destination fast. But when thinking about our professional careers, taking a detour (or two) can be the crucible needed to find undiscovered interests and develop new skills.
Huge Galdones is a food and beverage photographer based in Chicago, Illinois. Huge describes his journey into the commercial food photography world as “convoluted” and “unconventional,” and we couldn’t be happier. Huge will share the things he’s learned along the way and the principles he abides by to this day. He will share ideas on handling the client/photographer relationship, COVID-19 pivots, and much more.
What you’ll learn:
Learn to embrace an unorthodox path into the world of commercial photography
Tips on handling the client/photographer relationship
COVID-19 pivots and thoughts on keeping yourself inspired
Plus, get all your questions answered
Who should attend:
Any creative professional looking to expand their understanding of the commercial photography industry. Huge will offer business and creative insight that may provide the missing ingredient to help you navigate your business with renewed passion.
Schedule (Central time):
11:00 a.m. Welcome + Speaker introductions
11:05 a.m. Huge Galdones presentation
11:40 a.m. Moderated discussion: Huge Galdones + Steven Brooks (APA Chicago)
12:00 p.m Your turn to ask! Q&A
This webinar is free and open to the public on Zoom.
Born and raised in Montreal, Huge currently resides in Chicago, IL, and can frequently be found shooting (and eating) in some of the city’s best restaurants or on assignment all over the globe. A veteran of the food and beverage industry, Huge is known for his creative genius on the job and his lasting relationships with top chefs and restaurateurs. Look for him wherever passionate people make good food.
Huge’s work has earned him a host of happy clients and friends, including FOOD & WINE, Bon Appetit, The James Beard Foundation, and The Food Group. He has shot multiple cookbooks, including Gather and Graze by James Beard winner Chef Stephanie Izard (Clarkson Potter, 2018) and Homegrown by Chef Matt Jennings (Artisan Books, 2017). Devoted to giving back, Huge shares his talents with many food-driven nonprofits, including Share Our Strength.
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