APA|NY Image Maker Lecture Series
Wednesday January 14th 2009 – 6:30-8:00 PM
APA|NY presents the next installment of the
Apple Image Maker lecture series
Tonight, APA’s popular lecture series continues with photographer Justin Guariglia, who will share some of his critically acclaimed recent work, and stories from his travels throughout Asia.
“Five Magazines Assignments that Changed my Life”
Join award winning documentary photographer, Justin Guariglia, as he shares the back story, and photos, of five life changing assignments he’s photographed over the past decade. From child sex slavery dens in Cambodia, to sulfur mining in Indonesia, population issues in Bangladesh, to the night club bombings of Bali, and finally hopping on and off the fastest moving island in the world in Canada. An unusual behind the scenes, narrated presentation, not to be missed.
Justin Guariglia (b. 1974) is a Photographer and Contributing Editor to National Geographic Traveler Magazine, and a regular contributor to Smithsonian Magazine. He was based in Asia for over a decade, before retuning to New York, and has worked on freelance assignments for over 50 publications worldwide. His recent book, Planet Shanghai (Chronicle 2008), has just been named by American Photo magazine as one of the best books of 2008, and his previous book, Shaolin: Temple of Zen (Apeture 2007), was named by PDN as one of the best books of 2007. More of his work can be seen online: http://www.guariglia.com
WHAT: APA|NY and Apple Image Maker lecture with Justin Guariglia
WHEN: Wednesday January 14th, 2009 – 6:30 to 8:00 PM
WHERE: at the SoHo Apple Theater – 103 Prince St @ Mercer, NYC
COST: Free to attend, seating is limited
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