Learn from Arizona based creative duo Bryan and Ali Castillo as they share what they’ve learned on creating captivating and original imagery, while building a thriving business and lifestyle along the way.
WHEN: Saturday October 26, 2019 | 2-4:30PM
WHERE: The Social School - 200, 1321 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0T2
FREE | RSVP online via Eventbrite
Bryan Adam Castillo is a creative and lifestyle photographer based in Tucson, Arizona. He has a great passion to create photos and videos that inspire. Bryan values the importance of collaborative efforts where he can create eye catching and meaningful content for brands - this is where he creatively thrives. He has worked with major brands like Jaguar USA, Movado, Coach, Michael Kors, T-Mobile and many more.
Alexis (Ali) Castillo has had a passion for all things creative since a young age. Whether it was drawing, storytelling, music or fashion, she has always found herself creating with her hands throughout her 28 years of life. Currently, she is living in Tucson, AZ with her husband and two dogs where she spends her days shooting content for the fashion blog she began just over 4 years ago. In the last few years she has found a new passion for traveling and immersing herself in other cultures.
Ali and Bryan met in Tucson 9 years ago and have been married for almost 6 years. They fell in love with photography together and thrive off of creating as a team.
This workshop will include a combination of teaching from Bryan and Ali, group Q&A, and hands-on practice. Light snacks and beverages will also be provided for workshop attendees.
WHO’S THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
This workshop will be valuable for anyone looking to take their creative work to another level and create captivating imagery for a blog, social media, commercial / brand work and more. Whether you’re a photographer, digital creator, model, fashion blogger, or just getting started on your creative journey, these workshops are a great chance to meet others in the community and learn something at the same time.
As part of the Canon Creator Lab program, a variety of Canon gear will be available to touch and try, including mirrorless bodies and the latest lenses. If you’d like to borrow Canon equipment to shoot during the workshop, please bring your own SD Card and a valid piece of government ID. A limited amount of gear will be available, but we’ll do our best in the smaller groups to offer access to as many people as possible.
More details will continue to be updated and communicated as we get closer to the event. Space is very limited for these due to venue capacity, so RSVP to secure your spot.