This Thursday night I will be giving a talk at the Minneapolis Photo Center about doing photography for nonprofits. Here is the link and it is also pasted below.
The Value of Working with Nonprofit Organizations
September 23, 2010, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ MPC
Working for non-profits has advantages beyond the good feeling you get by helping others. This market is often over-looked and is in desperate need of good photography. The work is rewarding, allows for creative freedom, and doesn't have to mean no-profit for the photographer. Scott Streble will cover a variety of topics surrounding photographing for nonprofit organizations - from finding clients to working in sensitive situations.
Working for primarily nonprofit concerns, Scott Streble’s assignments have taken him throughout the United States as well as to Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. Scott is best known for his documentary photographs of people, using an approach through which he is able to portray his subjects with beautiful realism, honesty, and dignity. Scott has worked with leading domestic and international non-profit organizations including Doctors Without Borders, Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, American Cancer Society, Children's Hospital and The Salvation Army. Scott’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and he received a Kodak purchase award for his work with Doctors Without Borders. In 2004 and 2008, Scott was awarded a grant from the Family Housing Fund for his photographic work of the homeless and Veterans.
View Scott’s work at www.ScottStreble.com
The Streble talk is free to all Mpls Photo Center members and $10 for guests/$5 for students. Please RSVP to: Lectures@MplsPhotoCenter.com