© Art Streiber
Join us for a behind the scenes experience including a talk and slide presentation at Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park on Thursday, March 14th, 2019.
APA | San Diego presents ‘Behind the Scenes with Photographer Art Streiber and special guest, Entertainment Weekly Photo Editor Michele Romero.’ The two will share their creative working process that helps them achieve dynamic images, discuss their past decade of collaboration and take attendees behind the scenes on a few of their recent shoots from concept, production, to execution.
Michele Romero has been with Entertainment Weekly since the first issue launched in 1990 and has contributed to more than 1500 issues to date. Art Streiber shot his first assignment for the magazine in 1996 and has since photographed over 30 covers for the magazine.
March 14, 2019 | Doors open at 6:00 pm and event starts at 6:30 pm
The Museum of Photographic Arts | 1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
APA and MOPA Members: $15
Affiliates (AIGA, ASMP, YBH, LPW): $20
Michele Romero is a Senior Level Original Image Content Creator with a focus on Global Pop Culture for a National Publication/Brand with Worldwide Social Media Reach. Translation: Senior Picture Editor for Entertainment Weekly Magazine. Romero has 30 years of experience producing award winning magazine photography and is passionate about the history of Photography, Film, Television, and Literature. She is a concept artist with many original ideas purchased or recreated by movie studios, television studios and record labels for marketing and advertising use. She loves photographers and photography but not necessarily in that order.
Art Streiber is a Los Angeles-based freelance photographer specializing in portrait, reportage, entertainment, and advertising photography. At the beginning of his career, Streiber served as co-bureau chief for Fairchild Publications in Milan, Italy, where he contributed to Women’s Wear Daily, W magazine, and M magazine. Streiber currently serves on the Board of the Los Angeles Center of Photography and the PhotoPlus Expo Advisory Board. For the last decade, Streiber’s imagery has been selected to appear in American Photography and Communication Arts Photography Annual. He is inspired by the great portrait, fashion and documentary photographers of the mid 20th Century. Streiber was introduced to photography in middle school by his grandfather, an avid amateur with his own darkroom, and has a BA in Communications from Stanford University.