Member Steve Dunwell’s show With These Hands: Mill Workers 1973-1977 will be on display at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham through January 24th.
Member Matthew Guillory is looking for a fellow photographer to share a small, affordable studio space in the South End of Boston. If interested please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Fine Art photographer and ASMP Member, Bruce Martin, has a new show, Seeking Sacred Landscapes. The opening reception will be on Saturday, January 6th from 1-4PM at the Valley Photo Center in Springfield, MA. The show will run through January 30th (Tuesday through Friday 11AM to 2PM). Valley Photo Center Upper Level, Tower Square 1500 Main Street Springfield, MA
Hi ASMPNE members! The ASMPNE board wishes you the happiest of holidays. There is no program in December. We look forward to seeing you in early 2019 for Pints and Pixels and thank you for your support throughout 2018. Remember, we’re stronger together.
The Opening Reception for Board Member Kim Maroon’s show, Salt & Steel, will be on Saturday, December 8th from 6-9PM at Mingo Gallery & Framing. The show will run from through March 2nd, 2019. Mingo Gallery & Framing 284 Cabot St. Beverly MA
Renew your Professional, Associate, or Individual Affiliate membership for 2019 in November and save $25. If you’re feeling generous, you can give that $25 to the Legal Action Fund during check out.
In case any members are looking for a full time job, Holy Cross has an opening for a multimedia producer. Check it out.
NESOP just released the Class of 2018 Sourcebook. They graduated in June and are eager to be hired as photographers or assistants. Check it out.
Read what testifying on Capitol Hill for the CASE Act was like for ASMP member Jenna Close and watch the video (starting at 19 minute mark) if you like. Follow ASMP’s Small Claims Report. Write your Senators and House Members in support, especially if they are newly elected. Advocacy is a verb and ASMP is…
ASMP member Brian Fitzgerald has published Light Matters: A Photographer’s Guide to Lighting with Flash on Location. It doesn’t bog down in the technical but rather focuses on the thought process of creating masterfully lit photographs on location. Brian makes his extensive knowledge accessible in exciting and entertaining ways. Check it out!