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Todd Baxter
Anatomy of Process in the Digital Age
Thursday, March 15, 2012 6:30-8:00pm

Prior to his photography career, Todd Baxter worked mostly in painting and collage, both of which continue to influence his current approach to fine art and commercial photography. Much of his work involves digital collage of elements from different photos into a single frame. Although some would say the artistry of Todd’s work is in his post-production use of Photoshop, he believes creative process relies as heavily on an intensive pre-production stage (one that involves pulling from fundamental artistic practices and traditions relevant to the subject matter).

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For this discussion, Todd will show images from his body of work and his latest completed project “Owl Scouts: Lost in the Woods,” an award-winning narrative series. By exploring the journey to complete a controversial image in the series, Todd will discuss how his artistic process for making photographs, from pre-production to post-production, utilizes both the oldest and the most cutting-edge artistic techniques available.

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