For decades, Chris has given presentations and workshops from British Columbia to Florida and California to New Brunswick. Feature presentations have included those at CAPA (Canadian Association for Photographic Art), and NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association). By drawing on his experience as an outdoor guide and fine art photographer, Chris reveals the stunning beauty of British Columbia’s central Cariboo Chilcotin Coast wilderness, offering artistic and technical insights to his work as an artist, photographer and publisher.
“We were just blown away with Chris’ presentation. Seeing Chris’ images, along with his commentary about his thoughts and feeling behind the shots, was wonderful. It really gave you a sense and a feeling for the grasslands.”
“Your visit to our club will be remembered for a long time as a real highlight.”
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Shuswap Photo Arts Club; Salmon Arm
April 13 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pmBy Donation
Open to the Public:
Chris and Rita’s 11/2 hour presentation is based on their recently released Blu-ray in which Chris’ work, in collaboration with original music settings by Chris’ creative partner, Ken Marshall, contains the two documentaries titled The Chilcotin Ark and The Wildfire Summer of 2017. The presentation includes the Chilcotin Ark (the relatively unknown largest intact and most bio-diverse wilderness complex in the temperate world), and the Wildfire Summer of 2017, where Chris interpreted his evacuation experience as photographic art.
Chris also discusses his most recent work; an ‘in-camera’ process of turning familiar subjects into Expressionist and Abstract works of Art (refer to Chris’ website portfolio’s). Both documentaries have been featured at the Williams Lake Film Festival.
Admission by donation.
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