Writing, Photography and Creative Evolution: A personal journey of self-expression, the urge to create, and the continuing process of finding my voice. When [...]
Writing, Photography and Creative Evolution: A personal journey of self-expression, the urge to create, and the continuing process of finding my voice.
When Erin Reeves first got serious about photography back in 2009, she never imagined that 10 years later she would have left a corporate job to start a photography and printing business with her husband and fellow camera club member Steve Reeves. In addition to their business, Erin teaches photography in the Continuing Education department of Brookhaven Community College, including basic, intermediate and advanced classes.
Erin’s photographic passion is for black and white photography including digital conversions and infrared photography as well as shooting film. She is particularly drawn to imagery that evokes a sense of isolation, memory and otherness. Her most recent efforts in photography lean towards ways to display photos as three dimensional art pieces that invite the viewer to interact with them. This effort primarily manifests as books, zines and book-like objects including art boxes and some collage work. More recently Erin’s original love of the written word has been finding its way into her work as well.
Her presentation will be a discussion of creating an interactive experience for the viewer and the collision of words and images.
(Tuesday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm