Photographer and filmmaker, Randy Bacon will be our speaker for the June 21st meeting! He will talk to us about his homeless project. Large photos are on display in his gallery so you will be able to see them up close. We will meet at his gallery at 600 W. College, Springfield at the corner of Main and College. There is some parking in the TCI Graphics parking lot and other spaces available and a parking garage a few blocks away. Meeting will start at 7 p.m. with social time beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Randy Bacon is an American photographer with an extensive history in portrait, commercial and documentary photography, both motion and still. Residing in Springfield, Missouri, Randy has been shooting professionally since 1984 and is in high demand as a portrait, editorial and commercial shooter. He has built a strong local/regional client base and travels extensively to destinations across the United States, as well as, internationally for client projects.
At the core of Bacon’s work is the ability to present emotive visual stories with an underlying sense of narrative. His unique style reflects elements of influential film noir and old masters in painting and photography. However, after 30 years, this simple, yet complex, truth, “you were born an original”, is still the creative seed that continues to grow his artistry for photography and film.
Go to his website randybacon.com to read more about him and view his fantastic portraits.