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Photography Workshop

Following Your Light: Photography Workshop at Star Island with Julie Williams-Krishnan

Spend time each day exploring the beauty of the world around you – both inside and out – with your camera. This is a chance to use your camera to notice what you notice, to follow the light, respond to the voice within and the world without through the art and skill of photography. From beginner to advanced, spend time each day finding meaning, connecting to the universe, and sharing your findings with fellow photography sojuorners. Each day will have some constructive advice and some time for photographing and feedback. End the week with a digital display of work from the course. This class will focus on some basic principles of photography, but will be more about inspiration and creative process, and taking time to make work, than about technology.

About Julie Williams-Krishnan

Julie Williams-Krishnan is a fine art photographer and the Director of Programs at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. Julie’s own photographic practice investigates identity and personal narrative. She has exhibited her photographs at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Khaki Gallery, The Center for Fine Art, as well as other venues in the US and the UK. For the Griffin Museum, she organizes talks and events, as well as the annual portfolio reviews. She is on the committee for FlashPoint Boston photography festival, and recently curated the show “Unscene” for the museum. She has been selected to jury a show in June 2018 for N.Y. Curator. She is also a reviewer for LensCulture, has taught photography at university level, and has worked as a freelance photographer and photographer’s assistant. For three years, she served on the committee for the Renaissance Photography Prize, an international photography competition that raises money to support younger women with breast cancer. Julie earned her MA in Photographic Studies from the University of Westminster in London. Learn more about Julie at www.jwkphotography.com.