It was a cool June evening when David and I headed over to the Sheraton Boston to meet up with photography team members Jean and Rich to photograph BUILD Fest Pitch Challenge for the third year in a row. Our client, BUILD Greater Boston, was primed for another great event. The student business expo/fundraiser was a great success. Three high school entrepreneurs pitched their business models to a group of judges for a chance to win the grand prize of $2,000! Rich was ready with a fun selfie station photo booth, and Jean and David were ready to cover the business expo and gala. I was shooting some video and checked out the event to blog about it again.
We are excited to present our podcast interview with New England Light Painters fine-art photography group founder, David Kahn from Natick, MA. This is Photography and Business Insight- What it Takes to be Successful’s sixth podcast in our interview series.
David Kahn founded New England Light Painters, a photographic artists peer review group in 2006. The group’s mission is to support photographers with an interest in fine-art. Feedback is given through monthly peer image critique. The group also has a monthly education night. All members are encouraged to share their opinion of work in review.
On Thursday February 22, David, Allie and I headed to the first annual Knowledge Exchange Boston trade show at The Grand. This event is specifically for people in the corporate events and meeting planning industry. Our partner Lauren Owens Lambert met us there to help create a highlights video of the conference. David captured photos in his eyecatching visual storytelling style. Allie managed our booth while I took in the event and chatted with people for our blog.
We are happy to bring this podcast interview with David Kahn, a fine-art photographer from Natick, MA. Welcome back to our latest podcast episode of Photography and Business Insight- What it takes to be Successful. This is another edition of our interview series. This podcast interview with David offers a rare look inside the thought process of an artistic, montage photographer. He brings a whole new perspective to photography though his very unique style and procedure from capture to vision to end resulting image.
David Kahn’s mother was an artist, so grew up in an art-filled environment. He was exposed to many forms of art, but was drawn to photography. He started out with film and jumped into digital photography very early-back when digital images were captured on a floppy disc!
Listen in to learn about his unique vision and process as well as the obstacles he had to overcome. David also talks about his involvement in the local arts in his home town of Natick, MA where the downtown area was recently designated as a cultural district.
David Kahn is also the founder of the New England Light Painters (NELP), a group of art-focused photographers who meet twice a month to review each other’s work, exchange ideas and participate in group shows.
Please take a moment to read David’s Artist Statement
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By Elyssa Conley
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By Elyssa Conley
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