Ted Grudowski, Mike Pucher, Christopher Schneberger
Three Views on 3D
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Ted Grudowski, Mike Pucher, Christopher Schneberger
Three Views on 3D
Thursday, February 16th, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

Ted Grudowski, Mike Pucher, and Christopher Schneberger will speak about their photography and the role that digital technology plays in their imagery. Images will be shown in both 2D and 3D, including multimedia 3D slide shows

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Grudowski has been working with 3D photography for nearly 25 years. He has exhibited around the Pacific Northwest at places such as the San Juan Island Museum of Art, Sea-Tac International Airport and the 3D Center of Art & Photography in Portland, Oregon.  In addition to his 3D work, his photo credits include several book covers, coverage of U2's 1997 PopMart Tour and album covers for artists such as Bjork and Pennywise.

Inspired by classic still life photography, Mike Pucher uses 3D photography as a way to explore composition and influence the viewer's experience. After earning a BA in Photography from the Brooks Institute of Photography, he moved to Irvine, California. In his emerging career as a commercial photographer, his photographs have been used by partners including Honda R&D Americas, The Walt Disney Company and Wine Spectator. Pucher recently published his first book, a collection of 3D images called Flower Portraits.

Christopher Schneberger will speak about his work and the process of creating it from initial concept to fully realized project and installation.  He will discuss stereophotography (3D) - the technical aspects, its role in his work, and its place in the fine art world.  He will show his work from earlier years to the present, as well as the work of artists influential to his style.

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