Meet two of our speakers Paul Colangelo and David duChemin- How Images Affect Us

CAPIC Vancouver has gathered a number of incredible Vancouver based, influential photographers from variety of different disciplines. Join us for one evening of discussion with the topic “How Images Affect Us” A “Pecha Kucha”/Creative Mornings” style of talk where each photographer will have 7 minutes to discuss their photography and how it impacts themselves and others, this will be followed by a Q and A session with all of the participants.

Two of those photographers are Paul Colangelo and David duChemin

Paul ClangeloPAUL COLANGELO

Paul Colangelo is a documentary photographer with a focus on environmental issues and wildlife.

For the past five years, he has focused on a long-term project that explores a shift in Canadian values—for generations, our vast wilderness has been a celebrated part of our national identity, but over the past decade, a seismic shift in national values has resulted in this wilderness being viewed as a stockpile of natural resources. To tell this large, sweeping story, Paul has focused on wildlife and cultural hotspots across Canada that are affected by the expanding resource industry. Clients include National Geographic, Orion, Canadian Geographic, and Maclean’s. Paul was recently included among PDN’s 30 and he is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers

School classroom in Kandia ADP. Excited kids interacting with lesson.DAVID duCHEMIN

David duChemin is a world & humanitarian assignment photographer, best-selling author, international workshop leader, and accidental founder of Craft & Vision.

When on assignment David creates powerful images that convey the hope and dignity of children, the vulnerable and oppressed for the international NGO community. When creating the art he so passionately shares, David strives to capture the beauty of the natural world.

David’s travel has taken him through winters in Russia and Mongolia, a summer on the Amazon, spending time among nomads in the Indian Himalayan and remote Northern Kenya. He’s done assignment work in Ecuador, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ethiopia, Malawi, DRC, Rwanda, Uganda, Bangladesh, among others, and pursued personal work in places like Iceland, Antarctica, Tunisia, Cuba, Vietnam, Kenya, and Italy.

Drawing on a previous career in comedy, David is a dynamic and engaging itinerant presenter and educator. A driven artist, creative professional, entrepreneur and life-long adventurer, David educates and inspires through stunning visuals and hilarious travel stories, and insights, from a life spent outside and abroad.

 

The other speakers include:

  • Angela Fama
  • Christine Germano
  • Vince Hemingson
  • Katie Huisman
  • Alex Waterhouse Hayward
  • Ross Den Otter
  • Pooya Nabei

A full list can be found here: WARNING there will be some nudity and perhaps some images not appropriate for your childen

https://capicvancouver.wordpress.com/2015/03/18/how-images-affect-us-panel-discussion/

April 15, 2015                                                                                                                                        SFU Woodwards

Members $10 Non-members $15

Buy tickets here:  http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/how-images-affect-us-tickets-16169595696

NOTE: Due to the nature of the industry, please keep in mind that the panel line-up is subject to change

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