I think the program title states what this presentation is all about! Be prepared for an exceptional program. It says it all..."Life Before Photoshop - My Approach to Color and the Way Light Affects It"
Joe's home base is in Houston, TX.
Bio: For the past fifty years, Joe has shot for clients from Coca Cola to Hennessy, Cessna to Boeing, and IBM to Microsoft; his resume also includes most of the Fortune 500 companies. He has photographed the full line automotive brochures for Acura, Saturn, and Range Rover. He has worked on campaigns for Jaguar, Ford, Toyota, Buick, and just about every vehicle with four wheels. Two-wheel advertising campaigns included BMW, Honda, and Kawasaki.
Speaking comes naturally to Joe and has been sought out as a guest speaker for various ASMP chapters (American Society of Magazine Photographers), Advertising and Art Director’s clubs across the country, photography clubs, The Art Center in Pasadena, California, and Brooks Institute.
He has given seminars at Photo East (the national convention in New York), Photo West in San Francisco, and Viacom (Canada’s national convention). He has also been the Photography instructor for continuing education at Rice University.
Joe was invited to judge the prestigious Communication Arts Photography Annual.
His honors include two gold medals in the New York Art Director’s show. Gold medals in the national Addys, Houston and Dallas shows, Photo Design, Studio Magazine’s premier award, and the Don Belding award in Los Angeles. His photography is in Texas Monthly’s 100 best photographs, and he has been on Adweek’s Southwestern All-Star Team.
Joe has had feature articles written about him in Communication Arts Magazine (including the cover), Photo Design (including the cover), Design, Japan’s premier magazine (including the cover), and Studio Magazine. Joe’s work has repeatedly appeared in Communication Arts, Graphis, and The Mead Annual Report Show.
Besides conducting his own workshops around the world, The Santa Fe Workshops, including Cuba and San Miguel, and The Maine Media Workshops have had him conduct one week works with them.
Several pieces of Joe’s series entitled “Window Dressings”, are now in the permanent photography collection of The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas.