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DC/South - Nov 9 - FotoWeekDC 2015 with Lucian Perkins and Karine Aigner - American Society of Picture Professionals

DC/South – Nov 9 – FotoWeekDC 2015 with Lucian Perkins and Karine Aigner

Join ASPP DC/South during FotoWeekDC 2015 for Presentations by Lucian Perkins and Karine Aigner

Amid the chill of the crisp fall air, find refuge in the warmth of creative conversation. Join ASPP DC/South Chapter for an intimate evening of presentations by two award-winning photographers: Lucian Perkins and Karine Aigner.


WHEN: Monday, November 9, 2015, 6:00-8:30p
6:00-6:30p: Meet and Greet / 6:30-8:30p: Presentations with Q&A and short intermission
WHERE: National Geographic Staff Auditorium
1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036
TICKETS: FREE!    was: $10 ASPP, ASMP, APA Members, $15 non-members, $5 students

Eventbrite - ASPP DC/South - FotoWeek 2015 with Presentations by Lucian Perkins and Karine Aigner

Learn More About Our Speakers:

Lucian Perkins
Lucian Perkins is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning independent photographer and filmmaker. His focus on documenting human-interest stories encompasses daily life and social issues in the United States to conflicts and crisis overseas. As staff photographer at The Washington Post for more than 20 years, Perkins covered major international events such as the fall of the Soviet Union and aftermath, the Kosovo conflict, and the wars and refugee crisis in the former Yugoslavia, Chechnya, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Additional awards include Newspaper Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association and World Press Photo of the Year.
Karine Aigner
Award-winning photographer Karine Aigner served as the senior photo editor for National Geographic KIDS magazines and books for nearly a decade. Raised in Saudi Arabia, her love for culture, adventure, and travel were ingrained early in her upbringing. As a photographer, Karine knows what it takes to make a good picture, and as an editor, she can identify and coach others on what it takes to create strong, engaging images with a sense of place and moment. She is an affiliate member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and a member of the North American Nature Photography Association. Karine is a seasoned photography workshop leader, having lead groups to Botswana, Zimbabwe, and the Galapagos islands. Her photography is represented by Tandem Stills + Motion and National Geographic Creative, and her images have been featured in BBC Wildlife, Africa Geographic, National Geographic magazine and National Geographic KIDS, Nature Conservancy Magazine, GEOlino, National Geographic Television, Ranger Rick and elsewhere.