Renowned Photographer Greg Gorman to Give Presentation at Kansas City Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Kansas City’s professional photographers are in for a treat this Friday (March 16th), as renowned Photographer Greg Gorman will be giving a presentation at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Known for his unique photography style, Greg has photographed numerous A-list celebrities and has become a master of the art of photography.
Greg was born in Kansas City in 1949, and attended Pembroke and Shawnee Mission East High School. After High School, Greg went to the University of Kansas where he majored in photojournalism. He then studied at USC, graduating in 1972 with a Master of Fine Arts degree.
From there, Greg has worked his way to become a top photographer in Hollywood, completing photo shoots with Johnny Depp, Al Pacino, David Bowie and Michael Jackson, to name a few. Beyond celebrity photo shoots, Greg also excels in photography for magazines, advertisements, as well as portrait sand fine art. You can view Greg’s portfolio on his website.
The presentation, which takes place in Atkins Theater (Museum Map), will cover the many phases of his career, including the transition from film to digital, celebrities to black and white, and portraits to street photography. It’s not to be missed!
The event is free to the public (Museum parking is $5 for non-members), but registration is required.
H&H Color Lab is proud to sponsor the lecture, so come join us for what’s sure to be a memorable evening!