Daniel Gregory

Daniel Gregory

Daniel is a fine art and editorial photographer based in Washington State. Born in New Mexico, raised in Colorado, schooled in Texas, and now a Whidbey Island resident (North of Seattle). A true believer in taking advantage of every opportunity, he pushes himself creatively through his work and his teachings. Creativity for Daniel means dealing with a great deal of fear and risk everyday. He looks to foster creative learning and sharing in effort to build stronger communities, create meaningful dialog, and tell stories that reflect who we are and what we hope to become. Daniel is always looking to experience and find beauty in the world, hoping that collectively we can all find out just what our creativity can do through meaningful work.

Vocabulary is at the root of all communication. Join Mia McCormick, and special guest RC Concepcion, for a conversation with Daniel Gregory, a fine art photographer based in Seattle. This class is intended to help you develop a set of tools that can enable you to gain a deeper understanding of your voice, your vision, and ultimately your work. Those tools come in the form of gaining awareness of your intention before you get behind the camera, and in developing a visual vocabulary that will help you analyze your work and aid you in talking about your work with confidence. You may leave the class with more questions than answers, but the process of discovery that you embark upon will bring you closer to your work and improve your ability to communicate visually with the world.

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Vocabulary is at the root of all communication. Join Mia McCormick, and special guest RC Concepcion, for a conversation with Daniel Gregory, a fine art photographer based in Seattle. This class is intended to help you develop a set of tools that can enable you to gain a deeper understanding of your voice, your vision, and ultimately your work. Those tools come in the form of gaining awareness of your intention before you get behind the camera, and in developing a visual vocabulary that will help you analyze your work and aid you in talking about your work with confidence. You may leave the class with more questions than answers, but the process of discovery that you embark upon will bring you closer to your work and improve your ability to communicate visually with the world.