It was great to see so many of you come out for the "Everyone's A Photographer" opening to support Laura Austin & friends! Join us at the Lomography Gallery Store LA, as we close down this month long masterpiece of an exhibit in style.
What: “Everyone’s A Photographer” Exhibit Closing Party
Join us in wishing a heartfelt, so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, to our very first “Win Your Dream Space” exhibit.
We’ll be featuring new work (and possible special guest appearances) by: Corey Smith a man of many talents as a painter, photographer, sculptor, snowboarder and Senior Art Director at Comune.
Jared Eberhardt, director who spends his time dreaming up music videos and commercials like his latest work, “Knock Knock” for Band Of Horses.
Jeremy & Claire Weiss, this husband and wife duo better known as “Day19” make their living shooting commercial advertising campaigns for the likes of Adidas, Pepsi, Nike, Converse, & more.
Natas Kaupas arguably one of the first professional street skaters, Natas Kaupas made a huge impact in the skate world in addition to establishing himself as an artist.
Ian Ruhter, photographer famous for pushing the limits of what can be done with photography itself with his latest “Silver & Light” project where he turned a whole delivery truck into one giant wet plate camera.
Danny Zapalac, with roots in the snowboard world, photographer Danny Zapalac has captured endless adventures and the likes of Travis Rice and Shaun White through his lens.
Jason Lee Parry fashion photographer,recognized by the raw, youthful, wild, and beautiful lifestyle he portrays with his photos.
Laura Austin ,curator of the show, has established herself as somewhat of a digital storyteller through images and words found on a number of different websites she contributes to.
This event is free, but please RSVP to email@example.com if you’d like to attend the opening party
When: Thursday, November 29th:7:00-11:00 PM
Where: Lomography Gallery Store LA
Lomography Gallery Store LA
7998 Santa Monica Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90046