Time & Place: 6:30-8:00 pm at
The Lake House
This meeting is open to all.
Refreshments will be served!
Professional photographer Jack Alterman will discuss how he uses his photography to tell a story. Discussing his recent work My Lazy Eye, he will share his approach to creating his unique vision. This promises to be an inspiring, informative, and interactive session.
Jack Alterman is a native of Charleston, SC, and lives on nearby Wadmalaw Island. His viewfinder has been framing the faces, buildings, and landscapes of Charleston since the 1970s. Jack’s work has been included in numerous magazines and has been exhibited at the Piccolo Spoleto Festivals in Charleston, the Gibbes Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian Institute. His expertise includes environmental and studio portraiture as well as landscape and architectural photography.
He has published three books: Cornices of Charleston, My City Charleston, and My Lazy Eye. You can learn more about Jack and his work at his website www.jackalterman.com.
Please consider joining the Seabrook Island Photo Club for an annual fee of $25. We will offer monthly meetings, workshops, photo meet-ups, The Lake House Photo Wall, and a private Facebook page for members. For membership information, please contact Bill Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Susan Soden at email@example.com.
-Submitted by the Seabrook Island Photo Club
(Image credit: SI Photo Club)