Archive for the ‘Workshop’ Category

Let’s Catch-Up: From TIME to UMass to NPPA and more

Posted by Kendrick Brinson on January 14, 2013 in Editorial, Interviews, News, Sun City, Workshop | No Comments

This is a whirlwind post of what I’ve been up to the past few months, y’know, other than taking photos:   I’ve been interviewed about Instagram quite a lot: I was interviewed by TIME: I made my second appearance on TIME’s esteemed LightBox blog in December and I went against the grain this time: Unfiltered: […]

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A Lesson in Sharing

Posted by Kendrick Brinson on September 25, 2012 in News, Workshop | 3 Comments

This e-mail is why I have absolutely started loving talking about photography and passion with photography students. I think we are all photography students until the day we decide to stop taking photos, but I have had the pleasure of speaking at universities and photography schools this year and I have learned so much in […]

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A Rekindled Creativity in Caracas

Posted by Kendrick Brinson on April 24, 2012 in Personal Work, Travel, Workshop | 1 Comment

Creativity comes and goes in waves. I try to be patient in the slow, dry times. I just wait for it to return. David Banks and I recently went to Caracas, Venezuela to lead a workshop, give a talk and for a gallery exhibition of our work. The students in our workshop were a mix […]

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Workshop and Exhibition at RMTF in Caracas, Venezuela

Posted by Kendrick Brinson on April 20, 2012 in Exhibitions, Travel, Workshop | No Comments

David Walter Banks and I spent over a week in Caracas, Venezuela at RMTF, an amazing photography school run by teacher and photographer Roberto Mata. We arrived in Caracas and immediately went on a press tour–the two were interviewed and photographed for a full-page section front story in Venezuela’s El Nacional newspaper, we were also […]

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