Creativity Webinar with Bry Cox & Alexis Sharpe
Join Master Photographers Bry Cox and Alexis Sharpe for an interactive Zoom event as they talk about creativity. This lockdown has been trying on all of us and now more than ever photographers are looking for inspiration to re-ignite their inner fire and to create meaningful work.
During this online program Bry will help you better understand the creative mind, so you can create more impactful and emotionally satisfying images. Understanding these key concepts and how the brain works means you can short circuit your mind into being more creative on your next shoot, or when you need it most.
Combine all this information with learning about the processes that Alexis uses to maximize her creativity and how best to work through a creative rut. Understand her mindset and processes as she creates fantasy style portraits, custom headpieces, and costumes.
With all this creative information, you should leave the program with an overflowing amount of inspiration to start creating captivating work!
for this jam packed session, Friday September 25th from 12 - 1:30pm, PDT
Event Contact: Alexis Sharp, Eastern District Rep, 509-302-1779 alexis.sharpe.photography@gmail
Bry Cox, M.Photog.Cr., CPP
Bry Cox is a PPA Master Photographer, PPA Photographic Craftsman, is a Certified Professional Photographer, is on the Adobe Software Influencer team, and operates a studio in Utah.
For over a decade Bry has been teaching workshops throughout the US and Canada (and China as well), sharing his system of mixing creativity and technique for a focus on exquisite lighting, emotion, and a fast workflow. He has also created many tools for photographers including videos and books to rave reviews.
Alexis Sharpe, M. Photog., FP
Alexis is one of Washington’s youngest PPA Master photographers and also one of the top award winning photographers. Her ultra-creative fantasy and underwater portraits are iconic and have helped her win Washington’s Portrait Photographer of the Year 2017, 2018, and Washington’s Artist of the year 2019. Her first time entering IPC at age 18, she merited 4/4 Silver including one in the Loan Collection.