The Art of Storytelling Photowalk with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco

Sunday, April 28th | 2PM – 3.30PM

Location: Leica Pavilion

Discover the elements of storytelling and learn how to apply it to photography with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco in a photowalk designed to ignite your creativity. The tools used to create the story will be a provided array of what Leica Cameras have to offer. With the digital age of technology, viewing photographs have evolved into clicks, swipes and double taps, at a rapid pace. The art of taking your time to think, feel, and articulate an image through visual frequency can be easily buried in the digital realm.

 

Philip Cuenco is our West Coast Leica Akademie Instructor and Producer, bringing educational content and experiences to the company. Originally trained as a 3D Animation & Special Effects artist, he moved into post-production working on trailers. He has photographed professionally since 2005, covering nearly all genre of photography while also being published in magazines. Though he prefers teaching and producing, he can still be caught on occasion working the red carpet, NY Fashion Week, or helping friends shoot behind the scenes on movie sets & private events. Past clients of Philip include, Swarovsky, Alter-G, Ford MotorSports, Tadashi Shoji, Escada, Rogers & Cowan, and more.

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Let Lauren Koplowitz show you how slowing down & seeing beauty where others many not can create meaningful photos from the mundane.

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