PIX 2015 re:FRAME single day passes on sale, speaker schedule posted
The days are ticking down to PIX 2015, our interactive photo expo on October 6 & 7. We're excited to announce some new names have been added to our re:FRAME speaker lineup and that single day re:FRAME passes are now on sale. Now's the time to make your PIX plans! Join us online or in Seattle for two days of hands-on photography activities, inspirational talks and practical demonstrations.
Single All-Day Access Passes now on sale
An all-day pass gets you full access to all re:FRAME programming and galleries at McCaw Hall for an entire day. With this pass you'll get guaranteed seating at all re:FRAME programs for one day as well as access to the PIX Expo Hall for both days. Single all-day access passes are available now at an earlybird price of $25 each, and PIX Exhibition Hall passes are still available for free!
re:FRAME speaker schedule posted
Taking place in the beautiful lecture theater at McCaw Hall, re:FRAME @ PIX2015 features an inspiring line-up of some of the best photographers, industry experts and creatives in the world sharing stories about the impact of photography in their lives and work. All talks and keynotes will be streamed live, and available to watch later on a variety of platforms. We've recently added a few new names to the list, so be sure to take another look. Here's when you can catch our speakers:
Tuesday October 6th: Morning session (10:00am - 1:35pm)
- Jonathan Alcorn: The Evolution of News Photography (sponsored by Samsung)
- Lynette Johnson, Soulumination
- Kiliii Fish: Living Wild
- Joshua Trujillo: The Art & Power of Photography
- David FitzSimmons: Curious Critters (sponsored by Sigma)
- Aaron Draper: Underexposed
- plus 2 others to be confirmed
Tuesday October 6th: Afternoon session (2:00pm - 6:00pm)
- Patrick Murphy-Racey: Stay Relevant; Have Fun (sponsored by Sony)
- Dianne Maroney: The Imagine Project
- Robert Hurt: Digital Imaging in Space
- Michael Brown: Creating Positive Impact through Photography & Film
- Aaron Huey: Hawkeye Huey
- Ian Goode: The Art of Storytelling
- Keynote: Cristina Mittermeier: Water’s Edge (sponsored by Sony)
- plus 1 other to be confirmed
Wednesday October 7th: Morning session (10:00am - 1:35pm)
- CC Chapman: Using Photography to Drive Change (sponsored by Samsung)
- Brian Smith: Faces Tell A Story (Sony)
- Tim Grey (Adobe): Reframing Your Story
- Bambi Cantrell: From Brides to Babies (sponsored by Nikon)
- Eric Wolfinger: Food photography
- Devin Allen: Baltimore
- Max Lowe: Finding a Story That Needs to be Told
- Dixie Dixon: Framing Fashion (sponsored by Nikon)
Wednesday October 7th: Afternoon session (2:00pm - 6:00pm)
- Natalie Fobes: Blue Earth Alliance
- Joe McNally: Chasing Light (sponsored by Nikon)
- Colby Brown: Passion & Storytelling (sponsored by Sony)
- Closing speaker: Brian Ach: Getting the Right Shot (sponsored by Samsung)
- Plus 4 more to be confirmed
Whether you plan to watch online or attend in person, we're looking forward to sharing the experience with you. RSVP on Facebook and let us know you're coming and follow us on Twitter for the latest PIX news.
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