Join us for a presentation and Q&A with photographer Christine Burrill. Christine was born in Long Beach, California and is currently based between Los Angeles and Rensselaerville, New York. Burrill received her B.A. at the University of Southern California and later studied cinematography at USC’s film school. She has spent over thirty years looking at the world through the camera lens. She is an award winning filmmaker, cinematographer and still photographer. Her photographs have been exhibited in the United States, Europe and Latin America. She has traveled around the world and worked on many documentary films for HBO, BBC and PBS. One of her main passions has been the Brazilian Amazon, where she has spent twelve years working in various capacities—photographically and cinematically. She began working with photo collage after she read an article on David Hockney in The New Yorker in 1983. She was taken with his methods and set out to replicate what he called “separate glimpses” of the same subject. Burrill’s impressive photo collages are made up of over a hundred 4x6 images that have been layered digitally then printed as a single image on archival paper.
Photograph(s) © 2013 Christine Burrill
Parking: Limited parking on site, metered parking on street, accessibility parking on site and on street, additional FREE parking on city property available on Corinth and Iowa Ave, 150 feet south of facility parking lot.
Camera Committee Meetings are open to the public.