Penny Stewart will speak on
"By the Seat of My Pants..."
Digital Imagers Meeting
Sunday Mar. 4, 2012 at 1:15, Pitt Scaife Hall, Room 1102
Planning and organizing shoots? Uploading immediately to clients? International fame? Me? Not really. Eliminating the international fame, this describes part of my “day job”. I approach my personal photography “by the seat of my pants”, taking it from unplanned shots to a form of art. Please join me for a review and discussion of my digital photography and technology background and processes I use to create my photos.
. Penny photographically takes advantage of her surroundings, whether it’s local or on an international travel excursion. She captures the ordinary hoping to emphasize the world as extraordinary. As a Multimedia Graphics Producer at Sinclair Community College, Dayton Ohio, she teaches Faculty workshops using technology and design to enhance educational delivery.
Penny earned her Fine Arts education in Colorado and later pursued Graphic Design in Dayton. Working with others, she has created collaborative community works of art such as: the Heritage Sculpture located in Dayton’s Court House Square, the Pathways Sculpture located at Sinclair Community College, and the Many Faces of Dayton community photographic installation. Her photographic works have been shown throughout the Dayton, Ohio area and Pittsburgh. Many of her works are in private collections throughout seven states of the U.S.
She holds memberships in the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, Nikonian Photographers Association and the Media Communications Association International.