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Lecture 2

MPS 42A/B Lecture 2: 2. Carolyn Tripp Presentation

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Department
Photography
Course Code
MPS 42A/B
Professor
Sara Angelucci

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Carolyn
- In her final year, she was doing too much
- Burnt out a little bit when she entered the professional world
- Took a year off to reevaluate
- Do what you want for you, be able to say no
- Know your limits
Websites
About
- contacts for your own work
- know how to talk about your work
- have a mix of professional and personal content in social media platforms
- make sure you are aware of what others see online about you
- less is more
- goes into artistic and professional practice
Instagram: works in progress, gallery shows she visits, her work, things she’s
working on, etc; try not to post more than 3 times a day; post at least a couple of
times a week
Gramblr is a desktop application that can post to instagram
People should be able to get in contact with you easily, like a contact form
Have up-to-date work, so what you’re doing lately, maybe a blog
Don’t clutter your portfolio with not quality
Link and interlink back to your website and social media
Drop hints about what you’re doing, if working on longer term projects
Process shots can be great
Tell people where you are, what you’re doing, the venue, cross-posting with other
artists you’re working with
Aaron Wynia
- doesn’t have details of himself
- started with more artistic shoots but has branded himself as editorial
photographer
Adrienne Crossman
- blog format
- not a lot of context
- stay true to your medium
Try placing direct links to videos
Always link back to the institution that supported you
Bare minimum, what’s the piece, where it is, when it was done
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Carolyn - In her final year, she was doing too much - Burnt out a little bit when she entered the professional world - Took a year off to reevaluate - Do what you want for you, be able to say no - Know your limits Websites About - contacts for your own work - know how to talk about your work - have a mix of professional and personal content in social media platforms - make sure you are aware of what others see online about you - less is more - goes into artistic and professional practice Instagram: works in progress, gallery shows she visits, her work, things she’s working on, etc; try not to post more than 3 times a day; post at least a couple of times a week Gramblr is a desktop application that can post to instagram People should be able to get in contact with you easily, like a contact form Have up-to-date work, so what you’re doing lately, maybe a blog Don’t clutter your portfolio with not quality Link and interlink back to your website and social media Drop hints about what you’re doing, if working on longer term projects Process shots can be great Tell people where you are, what you’re doing, the venue, cross-posting with other artists you’re working with Aaron Wynia - doesn’t have details of himself - started with more artistic shoots but has branded himself as editorial photographer Adrienne Crossman - blog format - not a lot of context -
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