Glenna Jennings is an artist, photographer and educator from San Diego, CA. She is also an assistant professor at the University of Dayton. She teaches courses in photography and art and social practice, with an emphasis on food justice and social equity. Jennings presented her images of folks eating and drinking around the world from her series At Table. These photographs have, in a sense, become the record of a stand-in, extended family scattered around the globe.
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BY NICK GIRARD
@ VOL 28
ON FEB 23, 2017
"Our home wasn't the house we were leaving, and it wasn't the house we were moving to, it was the family we were. And now, as an adult, I've gotta redefine home."
In "Finding Home" from PechaKucha Night Portsmouth Vol. 28, Nick Girard shares his inspiring journey which took him and his girlfriend across the world. Accompanied by the stunning photography of the beautiful sights he explored, Nick presents to us that home is not a stationary place but a state of mind.
Finding Purpose Through Travel, Service, and Photography
BY JONATHAN H. LEE
@ VOL 32
ON SEP 26, 2017
"I was hungry for more than concrete and cars but I didn't where to seek answers."
In "Finding Purpose Through Travel, Service, and Photography" from PechaKucha Night Christchurch Vol. 32, Jonathan H. Lee shares his extraordinary experiences that have led him to opportunities that would forever change his life.
Jonathon is a traveling photographer and videographer with a passion for wilderness, community development, and sustainable food and urban systems. In the past several years his work and interests have given him opportunities to visit many places around the globe for learning, serving, and sharing in all forms. Jonathan’s most recent collaboration is with Conscious Impact, a grassroots organization dedicated to rebuilding community in a rural village in Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake.
Imagine Architecture Through the Use of Design, Light & Photography
BY BRIAN ANSEL
@ VOL 26
ON APR 12, 2018
Brian Ansel explores a creative and innovative way of persuading architecture into the viewer’s imagination through the use of design, light, and photography. Suggesting that through the use of design, light, and photography, anyone can take an everyday ordinary object and turn it into a piece of architecture.
The Kitchen Table
BY RAQUEL RIVERA-PABLO
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 09, 2018
Raquel Pablo-Rivera is a chef instructor and small business owner who provides cooking instruction in Bridgeport. She describes how she promotes healthy food and the preparation of delicious meals that are cost effective and require little ingredients or equipment. She provides services to local lighthouse programs, farmers markets, senior centers and food pantries and this passion comes through in her story of how food connects people of all ages, regardless of income, race, or education level
Creating Killer Food Photography
BY COLLIN RICHIE
@ VOL 9
ON JUL 27, 2018
In his fifteen years as a professional photographer, Collin Richie has learned many things through trial and (mostly) error, experience, and constant hard work to improve. Now he wants to share some technical tips to upgrade your photography for your social accounts, and perfect for your personal brand. At worst, just better pictures of pho to make people jealous.
Photography as Art
BY NICOLINA HOLT
@ VOL 16
ON MAR 28, 2019
Nicolina Holt, an award winning photographer, earned her B.F.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in photography and graphic design. She has worked as a photojournalist, art teacher and photography instructor. She continues her fine art photography and is the Volunteer Coordinator at Krasl Art Center and the Community Relations Director at Holt Bosse. She works and resides in St. Joseph, Mich. with her family.