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November 14th: ASMP Oregon Portfolio Review
ASMP Oregon is once again offering our popular Portfolio Review Night.
Whether you’re looking for feedback on story and technique, want to get the opinions of an amazing group of creative experts, or if you just want to hear what our panel thinks about some great photography, you’ll want to come to this event.
- Learn about creating portfolios that communicate your vision.
- Show your work to a panel of buyers and creatives from across multiple markets.
- Get informed opinions on the ever-changing photography market.
- Live panel review: As part of the basic ticket price, you may submit 3 images to be in our slideshow, presented to our panelists in a live review of your work.
- One-on-one portfolio review: For the extended ticket price, you can sit down with one of our panelists with your print portfolio (or ipad, etc.). We’ll contact you and have you list your top 3 choices for reviewers.
Bring the portfolio you currently show to clients, or a portfolio that is in-development of connected images; help the reviewers out by considering the type of feedback you need and want, and communicate that to them at the start.[/vc_message]
614 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
|ASMP Members & Students|
|Panel Review Only||$10|
|Panel Review + Private Review||$20|
|Panel Review Only||$20|
|Panel Review + Private Review||$40|
Therese Gietler is the founder of Ask A Producer, a production company that offers creative consulting, seminars, workshops and production services for photographers, directors and creative agencies. She has extensive experience in the photographic world, with a photojournalism degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. She is upfront, direct, and damn fine at what she does! @theaskaproducer
Jeff Dooley is a creative director/graphic designer in Portland, Oregon, known for his unorthodox thinking and award-winning work with clients such as Nike, Adidas, Coca-Cola, Subway, Providence, Dr. Martens, Daimler, Trimet, Habitat for Humanity, Montana Lottery and Idaho Power.
Brian Breneman offers a unique perspective from their work at Portland Monthly as Deputy Art Director , Formerly Creative Director of East Bay Express and Art Director at Oakland Magazine and Sacramento News & Review.
Troy Waynwren, Troy is best known for his award-winning community photojournalism since 1987. During that time Troy has covered and documented stories connected to the community he has served ranging from the personal triumph of a breast cancer survivor, relief efforts of a local carpenter working in Albania for refugees of the Kosovo War, to women of Peru who are being empowered and taught by a local business owner how to go about owning their own farms. Troy is also known for his passion for sports photography, which has led to coverage of national sports events, such as the Rose Bowl, NFC National Championships games and coverage of six Olympic games. Troy is also a contract photographer for USA Today Sports Images and a teacher of digital arts for the Evergreen School District.
Jered Bogli is an art director and designer with deep experience in the sports/sportswear industry. He has worked in many facets of design including brand design, product graphics, advertising, product design, retail environments, logos, and branding. He has experience working in-house at Nike as well as on the agency side with his experience at Cinco Design. Currently, he is at Roundhouse Agency where he is focused on retail design and whatever other fun projects come along.
Nic A is a lead of the Visual Craft Team at Instrument. Instrument combines the power of design and technology to solve complex problems and transform business. As a full-service partner, Instrument strategically connects brands and communications to their products and services. The company is equal parts creative agency, engineering firm, and consultancy. The Visual Craft team is a group of animators, video-editors, and image makers focused on elevating the visual identity of Instrument. The team intakes and staffs the production needs that come through the company.