New York, NYUSA 10019
October 30, 2011
My name is Dave. I'm a filmmaker, photographer, and graphic artist from NYC. I recently earned my Master's of Arts degree in Film and Media Studies. I work as a Photo Retoucher for a music cable company.
Photography, meeting other gay photographers, increasing my network with other photographers in NYC, perhaps even working together with another photographer on a series of photos
Have been working with photography for 6 years now. Started with black and white film, with an all manual 35mm camera. Learned to develop and print. Moved to digital in 2006. Have been shooting with a DSLR with various lenses including; 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 35mm, and a composer lensbaby. Have my own personal photography business since 2008. I'm currently creating experimental photos including: night photography, low-light, and showing motion in the image and abstraction compositions.
none at the moment, but if I have any I'll suggest them.
hey dave! nice to met you last night. i m wallace! would like to be freind with you!.take care. :)
Wow three Dave's in this group so far! Welcome to Gay Rollerbladers! I couldn't come up with something more creative than that. :)
Hello my dear
My name is Joy please contact me
back in my e-mail address ([masked]) and I will give you my picture and further details thanks.
Hi David! It was great meeting you last Sunday! Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop on the 25th. Let's talk about some of the things you're working on in the Discussions. :)
Thank you for joining Photoshop for Retouchers, David! Looking forward to sharing with you, feel free to add to the Discussions!
Welcome and thank you for joining us! We hope to see you at our mixer this Tuesday, Jan. 31st. Please RSVP on the official Eventbrite page (not on Meetup): http://nycreativeinterns.com/mixer/ so we can get a firm head count (and so we know how much pizza to order!). Thank you and hope to see you Tuesday!
Community Manager for NY Creative Interns
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I hope to see you on December 1 for our discussion of "A Queer Kind Of Death", by George Baxt. It's the first mystery featuring a gay, black, detective.