ASMP A/SA and Precision Camera and Video Proudly Present:

Canon Explorer of Light, Gregory Heisler

Open to members and non-members alike

Admission: FREE!

When: Thursday, October 11, 2012

Where: First Unitarian Church Located at 4700 Grover Ave, Austin, TX 78756

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm (Doors open at 7pm)

Gregory Heisler is a photographer and educator renowned for his technical mastery and thoughtful responsiveness. His enthusiasm, curiosity, and drive are manifested in his hands-on approach to all aspects of the image making process.

His iconic portraits and innovative visual essays have graced the covers and pages of many magazines, including LIFE, ESQUIRE, GENTLEMEN’S QUARTERLY, GEO, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, ESPN, and THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, yet he is perhaps best known for his more than seventy cover portraits for TIME magazine. He has also photographed advertising campaigns for such clients as American Express, Benson & Hedges, Dewar’s, Merrill Lynch, and Nike.

Private portrait commissions are another important focus of Gregory’s work. The first photographic portrait for New York’s City Hall was his lithographic print of Mayor Edward I. Koch. Most recently, Gregory completed large-scale portraits of noted authors and actors on display at the National Arts Club in New York City.

As a sought-after speaker and educator, he has taught at the International Center of Photography, The School of Visual Arts (Master of Fine Arts Program), The Smithsonian Institution (Masters of Still Photography Series), and the National Geographic Society, as well as scores of workshops and seminars throughout the country and overseas. Gregory is currently Artist-in-Residence at Hallmark Institute of Photography.

Among the kudos he has received are the Alfred Eisenstadt Award and the Leica Medal of Excellence. Gregory has been profiled in AMERICAN PHOTO, COMMUNICATION ARTS, ESQUIRE, LIFE, and numerous industry periodicals.

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Address: First Unitarian Church Located at 4700 Grover Ave, Austin, TX 78756

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