Please join us for this FREE professional development seminar! Photographer David Robert Farmerie will cover all aspects of a successful practice, including self-motivation, the evolution of a long-term project to completion, and the meaningful technical choices that can help push your creative boundaries. This talk is presented with the support of Hahnemühle FineArt and is free and open to the public. To learn more and RSVP, please visit the event page on Facebook.
David Robert Farmerie first began his career as a photographer in 1978 by experimenting in genres such as fashion and music, eventually making his way into photojournalism. Along the way he worked for such clients as the BBC and Paramount Pictures. In 1995, Farmerie's work began to diversify when he began working on a photographic documentary titled "A Mountain Dignity", which explored the culture of Appalachian people. Thirteen years later, in 2008, Farmerie began combining his passion as a storyteller and documentarian with a fine art approach.
Farmerie has since received museum commissions and been recognized by the Huntsville Museum of Art's, Red Clay Survey, as one of the most influential artists of Southern Contemporary Art. Farmerie is also a founding member of SouthLight, an artists' salon in Nashville, Tennessee.